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CCA Statement Regarding Miguel Agreda’s Public Confession of a Doping Violation

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October 22, 2011 (Ottawa, ON) – The Canadian Cycling Association (CCA) has been made aware of a doping confession attributed to a provincial level rider in Quebec named Miguel Agreda. Since the CCA must follow due process in accordance with the Canadian Anti-Doping Program administered by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), we are not in a position to discuss this matter until such time as the CCES confirms this anti-doping violation and renders a decision in respect of a sanction.

Until such time as the process that protects those rights of any athlete charged with an anti-doping violation is concluded by the CCES and the athlete is duly informed of a decision by the CCES, any other parties that are bound by this process cannot comment on this matter.

The CCA will await the decision of the CCES, should it be forthcoming, before providing any direct comments on this matter.

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