UCI admits it had documentation on Contador case since early December

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If you thought that the case of Alberto Contador's clenbuterol positive at the Tour de France might suddenly be getting a little bit closer to being resolved, think again - yet more delays could be in the pipeline.

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) confirmed on Monday that it has in fact received all the documentation relating to Contador's positive for clenbuterol from the Spanish Cycling Federation's Disciplinary Committee and that the documents are being studied by its anti-doping and legal departments.

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