The TT Cycling Federation (TTCF) has confirmed the impending exit of national elite cycling coach Erin Hartwell, and described it as "a huge loss."
|AFFILIATE||Trinidad & Tobago Cycling Federation|
|MAILING ADDRESS||National Cycling Centre, Balmain, Couva|
ATTORNEY J Tyrone Marcus, representing a national cyclist who was stripped of his 2019 Pan Am Games medal, says no member of TT's successful cycling team tested positive for an anabolic steroid, masking agent, or "any other substance that may suggest an intention to cheat."
“In light of this persistent negative narrative, I am compelled to inform the national community that […] no member of the team tested positive for an anabolic steroid, masking agent, or any other substance that may suggest an intention to cheat or to gain an unfair competitive advantage over his competitors.”
TT cyclist, Alexi Costa opened her 2020 competitive campaign with an impressive third place finish at the Feria de Manizales Cycling Circuit, in Colombia, on Monday.
Trinidad and Tobago Cycling Federation technical director Erin Hartwell is standing by his team in the face of a current doping controversy surrounding their participation in last year’s Pan American Game in Lima, Peru.