The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has announced the life-time suspension of former Fly V Australia rider Phil Zajicek after he admitted to a second doping offense for purchasing erythropoietin (EPO), and a third doping offense for providing false testimony at an American Arbitration Association (AAA) panel hearing, as well as encouraging other witnesses to provide false testimony.
Related article US Cyclist, Zajicek, Admits Doping Violations; Accepts Sanction For Lifetime Ineligibility June 10, 2011 USADA announced today that Philip Zajicek of Boulder, Colorado, an athlete in the sport of cycling, has admitted to a second doping offense for purchasing erythropoietin (EPO), and a third doping offense for providing false testimony at an American […]
NOOSA, Australia (VN) _ If there’s one outstanding thing Phil Zajicek has learned in eleven seasons as a pro, it’s that he needs an environment where he can be himself. He’s found the place — and now, he just can’t wait to race. Like a classic Cabernet Sauvignon, Phil Zajicek appears to be growing better […]
Officials have adjusted results for the SRAM Tour of the Gila to restore Dave Zabriskie to the final overall podium, bumping Phil Zajicek back down to fourth, race director Jack Brennan told VeloNews on Tuesday.
Working all day in a breakaway paid off for Fly V Australia's Phil Zajicek when he won the Tucson Bicycle Classic by one second
Fly V Australia is aiming to become the first Australian ProTour team — and the first Aussie squad to race the Tour de France.