ReutersCycling: Wellens says asthma inhaler use amounts to 'cheating'ReutersPARIS (Reuters) - Belgian rider Tim Wellens described the use of anti-asthma inhalers as tantamount to cheating, after four-times Tour de France champion Chris Froome failed a test for Salbutamol during last year's Tour of Spain. 2016 Rio Olympics ...Belgian rider Tim Wellens says number of cyclists using inhalers would shock public and calls for end to 'grey areas'The Independent'I refuse to be dependent on inhalers even though a lot of other riders use them'Cycling Weeklyall 4 news articles » > read whole article

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