Movistar terminate Jaime Roson's contract after International Cycling Union confirm his four-year doping suspension

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Movistar had already suspended the 26-year-old Jaime Roson in July when the adverse finding was initially discovered

Madrid: The Movistar cycling team says it has terminated the contract of cyclist Jaime Roson after the International Cycling Union confirmed his four-year suspension for doping.

Movistar announced Roson's firing on Friday after it says it was notified by the UCI that it had confirmed the adverse finding in his biological passport from January 2017.

At the time of the adverse finding, Roson was riding for Caja Rural-Seguros RGA. He joined Movistar in 2018.

Movistar had already suspended the 26-year-old Roson in July when the adverse finding was initially discovered.

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