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14 October 2010

Plastic test in Contador case

Results from tests that showed abnormally high levels of plastic residues in Alberto Contador's urine could be used as part of the doping case against the Tour de France winner.

Results from tests that showed abnormally high levels of plastic residues in Alberto Contador's urine could be used as part of the doping case against the Tour de France winner, even if the tests alone can't prove the entire case, anti-doping authorities say.

The cyclist also tested positive for the steroid clenbuterol, which he says came from contaminated meat that he ate.

 
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