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Last Updated: Wednesday, 17 August 2005, 15:38 GMT 16:38 UK
No positive tests on Tour - UCI
There were no positive dope tests from the urine and blood samples taken during the 2005 Tour de France, says the International Cycling Union (UCI).

However, the UCI admitted that one sample did contain the stimulants pseudoephedrine and norpseudoephedrine.

The UCI said it decided to take no further action after experts advised that the positive test could arise from the taking of an authorised product.

A total of 164 urine and blood samples were taken during July's Tour.




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