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Age-group cyclist fails doping test at LAMBRA championships

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Dec. 4, 2015
Todd Hickman (center), of Byhalia, Mississippi, failed an anti-doping test after winning Louisiana-Mississippi Age-Graded Championships. Photo: LAMBRA

Todd Hickman, of Byhalia, Mississippi, tested positive for stanozolol and methylphenidate at the Louisiana-Mississippi (LAMBRA) Age-Graded Road Championships, held September 6 in St. Francisville, Louisiana.

Hickman, 49, won the 66-mile championship race out of a field of 10 riders in the 40+ age group. He has accepted a four-year ban for the doping offense.

According to a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency statement, Stanozolol is a substance in the class of anabolic agents, and methylphenidate is a substance in the class of stimulants on the World Anti-Doping Agency (“WADA”) Prohibited List.

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