Schelling, sentenced to 4 months for "unintentional" doping

The runner from Israel tested positive for terbutaline in the Tour of Rwanda. It was deemed an "unintentional anti-doping rule violation."


Swiss cyclist Patrick Schelling (Israel Start-Up Nation) has been sanctioned for four months by the International Cycling Union (UCI) for testing positive for terbutaline in an anti-doping control, he will not be able to compete until the middle of this month and has been disqualified from the Tour Rwanda, in which he finished third.

Schelling, 30, tested positive for terbutaline, a prohibited substance included in class S3 (beta-2 agonists) of the 2020 Prohibited List of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in a control on February 24, 2020.

You have been sanctioned by the UCI with a four-month period of ineligibility for an "unintentional anti-doping rule violation," a period that began on May 18 and will run until September 17 of this year.

The rider has also been disqualified from all the competitive results obtained in the 2020 Tour of Rwanda, where he finished third in the general classification and was second and third in two of his stages.

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