Press Release of 24 April 2017

For the fourth year in a raw, the Board of the MPCC strongly reiterates its call to the international bodies to ban the use of corticoids or tramadol in competition - but is glad to see that the movement is no longer on his own in such recommandations.

More information
Adhésion au MPCC

The TUEs debate

TUEs have been subject to debate over the last few months. This process governed by the WADA rules authorises an injured or sick athlete to use a banned medication under certain conditions. These practices can easily be abused. Cycling has been involved in many arguments on this matter but also other sports, especially rugby.

Actualités du MPCC

Cortisol level tests on Paris-Roubaix

The team members of the MPCC have submitted 27 riders to a cortisol level test on Paris-Roubaix. All the riders have been allowed to start.

Actualités du MPCC

Cortisol level tests on Paris-Nice

The team members of the MPCC have submitted 33 riders to a cortisol level test on Paris-Nice. All the riders have been allowed to start.

Adhésion au MPCC

Interview with Christian Prudhomme, director of the Tour de France

The Tour de France stands out as a supporter of the work of the MPCC. Its Director Christian Prudhomme has defended the philosophy of the movement several times. While ASO's race Paris-Nice is starting, he answers our questions.

MPCC's members this year :

38%

 World Tour teams in 2017 :

7 MPCC's members on 18 teams

86%

Pro-Continental teams in 2017 :

19 MPCC's members on 22 teams

6%

Continental teams in 2017 :

11 MPCC's members on 175 teams

14%

Women teams in 2017 :

6 MPCC's members on 44 teams

Support the MPCC, a strong gesture of symbol and consequences

photoManagerMembre

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

Olivier Decok, Roubaix - Lille Métropole