Tour de France boss criticises UCI for lack of action on anti-doping rules

Christian Prudhomme hopes for quick conclusion to Froome case

Christian Prudhomme has previously criticised the UCI for the lack of answers over Froome case

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Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme has criticised the UCI's lack of action on anti-doping rules as uncertainty continues to surround Chris Froome's salbutamol case.

Froome and Team Sky are currently working with lawyers and medical experts to explain an adverse analytical finding for a high concentration of salbutamol at the 2017 Vuelta a España, but in the meantime Froome is allowed to continue racing due to the nature of the substance.

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