Vuelta a Chile 1. Clos de Pirque Trek, in 0:20:38 2. Shimano GW, in 0:00:39 3. Jamis Sutter Home, in 0:00:56 4. Mostazal Cycling Adventure, in 0:01:00 5. Argentina, in 0:01:03 6. Bianchi R2 Shimano, in 0:01:05 7. Felix Geraldo Sali Hochschild Copiapó, in 0:01:10 8. Andalucía Caja Granada, in 0:01:18 9. Comcel Deportes, in […]
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Marco Arriagada may have taken the glory and the prize money on the queen stage of the Vuelta Chile in February, but Tyler Wren says he is still buoyed by his team’s and his own effort on the mountain stage. Wren’s Jamis-Sutter Home team announced Wednesday that he had inherited the stage 9 win when Arriagada’s B sample confirmed an earlier positive test for stanozolol metabolites.
Tyler Wren has inherited the queen stage win at the Vuelta Chile. Wren (Jamis-Sutter Home) initially placed second to overall winner Marco Arriagada in stage 9 of the 10-stage race in February, but Arriagada provided a positive doping control for stanozolol metabolites.