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Anti-Doping Expert Calls On Bio Passport Experts
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February 25, 2013  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Blood profile expert Michael Ashenden has issued a response to the assertion by the world governing body of cycling, the UCI, that he analyzed the blood passport values of Lance Armstrong who was recently stripped of all his Tour de France titles and banned for life from cycling.

Ashenden has made public the code associated with Armstrong’s profile and called upon his former fellow panel members to re-examine Armstrong’s blood passport values.

In its reasoned decision, the US Anti-Doping Agency claimed that the values from May 2009 through the Tour de France showed evidence of a blood transfusion during the Tour, which was vehemently denied by the banned, disgraced cyclist.

The world cycling body confirmed that the profile of Lance Armstrong was selected randomly to be reviewed in 2009, but was not flagged as abnormal by the Athlete Blood Passport software, and was therefore not submitted to the expert panel again.

“It is the Athlete Passport Management Unit (AMPU), which is independent from the UCI, and not the UCI who are responsible for submitting random profiles and profiles with apparently abnormal values to the panel of experts,” said UCI spokesman Enrico Carpani.

In the past, Ashenden stated that he had not reviewed the data of Armstrong but the UCI countered and said that he had indeed reviewed a profile belonging to the now 41-year-old retired and banned cyclist.

“Given Armstrong’s blood results have been published and are public record, and given we now know that the anonymous code assigned to Armstrong’s results is BPT374F23, it may be possible for the remaining experts to check their own records to confirm whether they ever saw Armstrong’s suspicious results,” Ashenden said. “Since both the UCI and the Lausanne laboratory who enforced an eight-year confidentiality clause on the experts both have an interest in dismissing any hint of collusion with Armstrong, I hope and expect they will both now authorize the remaining experts to make public comment.”

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