SA Road Cycling Champion Tests Positive For Doping Masking Agent

Cape Town, 02 July 2014 – The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) has stated today that 30-year old road cycling champion, Darrel Impey, has been charged with a doping offense. The cyclist tested positive for the prescription diuretic, Probenecid. Impey was tested in-competition during the time trials at the SA Road Cycling Championships in Durban on 06 February 2014. [ more ]
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