August 23, 2014
Spanish rider Jose Antonio Redondo has been suspended by cycling's governing body for testing positive for testosterone.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) says Friday that Redondo gave an out-of-competition urine sample with traces of testosterone on March 13.
The federation says the Spaniard was told on April 9 that he was provisionally banned while the doping case was investigated.
The Spanish Cycling Federation will investigate whether Redondo has committed an anti-doping violation.
The UCI says the rider has requested a provisional hearing into his suspension. Redondo has the right to request and attend the analysis of his backup sample.
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