Jason White handed two-year ban for skipping drugs test

Jason White refused to submit a sample to UK Anti-Doping testers after an event on September 28

Cyclist Jason White has received a two-year ban from UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) for refusing to take part in a drug test in September.

UKAD attempted to test White, who finished first in the British Cycling rankings in 2011, at the conclusion of the Richardsons-Trek Road Team Road Race on September 28, but the rider refused to provide a sample.

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