Sergio Henao 'beyond disappointed' after being withdrawn from racing

Colombian rider Sergio Henao withdrawn from racing after Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation opened investigation into his biological passport values

Sergio Henao on stage three of the 2015 Tour of the Basque Country

(Image credit: Watson)

Sergio Henao has told of his disappointment at being withdrawn from racing by Team Sky after the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation (CADF) opened in investigation into his anti-doping biological passport values.

"I am beyond disappointed," said the 28-year-old Colombian via a Team Sky statement on Wednesday. "I have worked incredibly hard to get back to racing fitness after shattering my knee last year - but I know who I am, how hard I have worked and the sacrifices I have made to be where I am today.

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