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January 23, 2004

Museeuw cleared, for now, by test results

VeloNews | Museeuw cleared after samples tested

In a story by Agence France Presse, VeloNews reports that Belgian Johan Museeuw has been cleared by blood and urine tests.

The 38-year-old, who will ride his last season with his Quick Step team this season, says he now wants to concentrate on claiming his 12th career victory in the World Cup classics.

"I'm happy these results turned out to be completely negative. Now I can concentrate fully on my main aim, which is to win a 12th World Cup race," Museeuw told a press conference.

"Suspect substances" found at Museeuw's home are still being analyzed.

Posted by Frank Steele on January 23, 2004 in Tour news | Permalink