Millar gets two-year ban

In media interviews given before British Cycling's ban was imposed, David Millar said he deserved a one year ban so that he could re-enter the sport and show younger riders what not to do with their careers...
Publish date:

British Cycling has concluded that David Millar was guilty of offences under the UCI's Anti Doping Examination Regulations Article 134 – Declaration or Admissions of Doping.

Millar's admission to taking EPO also constituted offences of intentional doping under Article 130.2 of the UCI Anti Doping Examination Regulations,

British Cycling imposed a two year suspension from competition from 5th August 2004. He was also fined of 2000 Swiss Francs and, more significantly, stripped of his World Time Trial Championship title won in 2003.

David Millar has no right of appeal to British Cycling, but may appeal to the Court for Arbitration in Sport.

Featured Jobs

cls logo_jpg 600x348

Bike Mechanic

Club La Santa I Lanzarote, Canary Islands I Competitive Salary & Benefits I Date Published Monday 7th January 2019

LTR coral logo 620x349

Local Project Manager (x3 roles)

Love to Ride I North East Lincolnshire, Slough, Southampton I Salary: £32,500 equivalent (PT, temporary) I Date Published Monday 7th January 2019

Logo stacked

Head of Marketing

Brompton I West London I Salary Competitive I Date Published Wednesday 9th January 2019