Roman Kreuziger cleared by Czech Olympic Committee

Tinkoff-Saxo's Roman Kreuziger free to race again after biological passport anomalies

Roman Kreuziger of the Tinkoff-Saxo Bank Cycling Team 2014

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Tinkoff-Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger is free to return to racing, after the Czech Olympic Committee overturned the Union Cycliste Internationale's decision to suspend him on the grounds of anomalies in his biological passport.

Kreuziger was provisionally suspended by the UCI on August 2 before the Tour of Poland after anomalous data in his biological passport indicated the possibility that he doped during the 2011 and 2012 seasons while with the Astana team.

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