MADRID, March 16, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Cyclingnews.com published an article about Tour de France champion Alberto Contador's case, where in an interview, Contador's attorney Andy Ramos, of Bardaji & Honrado, refutes allegations that Contador used the illegal performance-enhancing drug, clenbuterol. Ramos told the publication that Contador's camp is "confident" that the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation's decision to overturn Contador's ban would be upheld should the International Cycling Union (UCI) try challenge the Federation's ruling.
Ramos told Cyclingnews.com, "We don't know what the UCI are likely to do. All we can say at the moment is that we've got an extremely solid case. Our dossier is 600 pages long and all of the scientists we've spoken to are convinced that Alberto is innocent. It's going to be a very tough case for them to take on. Of course, we're hoping that they don't."
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SOURCE Bardaji & Honrado