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Di Luca wins doping appeal

The Italian Olympic Committee (Coni) court of appeals on Wednesday acquitted cyclist Danilo Di Luca on doping charges which, had he been found guity, would have brought a two-year ban. Coni had requested a two-year suspension for the former ProTour champion after he returned an anomalous sample following the 17th stage of last year's Tour of Italy in May. Check back soon for more details

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By Agence France Presse

The Italian Olympic Committee (Coni) court of appeals on Wednesday acquitted cyclist Danilo Di Luca on doping charges which, had he been found guity, would have brought a two-year ban.

Coni had requested a two-year suspension for the former ProTour champion after he returned an anomalous sample following the 17th stage of last year’s Tour of Italy in May.

Check back soon for more details