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Year: 2013

US Cycling Athlete, LeDuc, Accepts Sanction For Anti-Doping Rule Violation

December 30, 2013 USADA announced today that David LeDuc, of Willow Springs, N.C., an athlete in the sport of cycling, has tested positive for prohibited substances and accepted a two-year suspension for his anti-doping rule violation. LeDuc, 62, tested positive for the presence of a steroid of exogenous origin, recombinant human erythropoietin (“rhEPO”) and amphetamine,

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US Track & Field Athlete, Akor, Accepts Sanction For Violation

December 18, 2013 USADA announced today that Mary Akor of Gardena, Calif., an athlete in the sport of track & field, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a two-year sanction for her doping offense. Akor, 37, tested positive for Clenbuterol as the result of an In-Competition urine sample collected on December 16,

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US Cycling Athlete, Rogers, Accepts Sanction For Anti-Doping Rule Violation

November 27, 2013 USADA announced today that Jason Rogers, of Mesquite, Texas, an athlete in the sport of cycling, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a nine-month suspension for his anti-doping rule violation. Rogers, 28, tested positive for Methylhexaneamine, a prohibited stimulant, as the result of an in-competition urine sample collected by

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US Paralympic Cycling Athlete, Morelli, Accepts Sanction For Rule Violation

November 15, 2013 USADA announced today that Shawn Morelli, of Leavenworth. Kan., an athlete in the sport of Paralympic cycling, has been cleared to return to competition after testing positive for a prohibited substance. Morelli, 37, provided an in-competition urine sample following her time trial win at the Greenville SC Para-cycling Open on April 20,

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Statement From USADA CEO, Travis T. Tygart, Regarding Ryder Hesjedal

October 30, 2013 “As has been publicly reported, we can confirm that USADA, along with the Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport (CCES), interviewed cyclist, Ryder Hesjedal, earlier this year as part of our ongoing investigation into the sport of cycling.  Athletes like him, and others, who have voluntarily come in, taken accountability for their

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