Great news for MPCC - Another association has committed to the movement: Germanyâ€™s BDR, which is the 9th national body to adhere after France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Norway, Ireland, IsraÃ«l andÂ Morocco.
Contrary to the information published in our press release dated October 20, 2015, Tramadol is not included on the 2016 list of substances banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Following its annual General Meeting held in Paris on October 10, MPCC is pleased to work more collaboratively with the UCI and appreciates that an increasing number of experts recognize the appropriateness of its strict rules.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has released its report on doping tests carried out in 2014 by the various sports federations. Cycling remains the third sport in terms of number of controls performed but leads the way on the screening of EPO and testosteron.
10 MPCC's members on 17 teams
(11 on 18 in 2014)
19 MPCC's members on 20 teams
(16 on 17 in 2014)
31 MPCC's members on 162 teams
(32 on 181 in 2014)
8 MPCC's members on 38 teams
(8 on 32 in 2014)
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.