Cycling: significant decline in the number of doping cases

15 high profile athletes have been suspended for doping by the cycling authorities in the past year. Five sports faced a larger number of positive tests.

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Soul Brasil joins the MPCC to "fight together against doping"

Suspended by the UCI until February 12, the Pro Continental team Soul Brasil has applied for MPCC membership. The request has been accepted on probation. The movement welcomes the team manager Benedito Tadeu's intention to comply with stricter rules. The final membership is to be voted during the next General Assemby meeting on October.

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What measures MPCC members abide by?

On a voluntary basis, a MPCC team commit to respect several rules, stricter than those implemented by the international bodies. Do you know all of them?

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The only Latin American professional team joins MPCC!

Represented by its manager Luisa Fernanda Rios, the Colombian team Manzana-Postobon has applied for MPCC membership.

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MPCC sponsors involved in the future of cycling

The credibility of cycling not only depends on such topics as riders' health or the fight against doping. That's the message a dozen sponsors with a widespread international presence wanted to convey in a MPCC meeting held early this month in Paris. The representatives of these companies that invest in our sport call on their alter egos to join the movement to express their vision on the future of cycling: as proven by recent debates on the professional cycling reform, the MPCC remains the body you can have the most constructive discussions with.

MPCC's members this year :

38%

 World Tour teams in 2016 :

7 MPCC's members on 18 teams

73%

Pro-Continental teams in 2016 :

17 MPCC's members on 23 teams

11%

Continental teams in 2016 :

17 MPCC's members on 153 teams

17%

Women teams in 2016 :

7 MPCC's members on 40 teams

Support the MPCC, a strong gesture of symbol and consequences

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We are convinced of the need for all the teams to agree on a new ethic code applicable for all teams and all the riders.

Christophe Sercu, Sport Vlaanderen Baloise