Found February 09, 2012 on Bike World News:
PLAYERS: Jan Ullrich
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The CAS Panel rejected the request of the UCI to impose a lifetime ban on Jan Ullrich, considering that the first doping offence that he committed in 2002 was due to the ingestion of amphetamines...

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