'An important moment for cycling': Chris Froome ready to 'move on' after UCI closes anti-doping case

The four-time Tour de France champion will line-up on July 7 for the 2018 race with his salbutamol case now closed

Chris Froome at the 2018 Vuelta a España (Sunada)

(Image credit: Yuzuru Sunada)

Chris Froome says he's glad the long-running anti-doping case against him is finally over, and says his exoneration is an "important moment for cycling."

Since the latter part of 2017, Froome has had to face public scrutiny over an anti-doping case brought against him by the UCI for testing over the allowed limit for asthma drug salbutamol on stage 18 of the Vuelta a España.

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