Froome defends inhaler use as arndt wins third stage of cycling race
When Froome won the 2009 Tour de France he did not allow asthma or allergy medication to enter his 엠 카지노system. However the use of inhalers is widely used by both climbers and the general public. In 2014, the British Cycling Advisory Committee recommended all teams should include a medical provision, but only if possible and only if it is in addition to a medical device to aid the doctor. It said that inhalers were not required becaus여수출장마사지e there were other ways of helping the climber to continue their training or prevent pain.
At the time, Froome said he was not aware of any other rider who had used inhalers, but admitted they were one reason why he had decided to wear a mask.
After being warned by doctors last year he would be suspended for a year, Froome was able to return to cycling despite his problems예스 카지노 with asthma. The UCI confirmed that, under his existing contract, he could continue racing but, in theory, he could no longer wear a mask. If he chose not to remove the mask, he would still be banned from mountain bike races and he would be forced to wear a helmet and ear protection for every race. The UCI has allowed some teams to use devices that help the climber with breathing problems, but Froome’s mask was not included in that policy and he did not consider a device necessary until it was found to be effective.