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Rebellin denies using CERA at Olympics
December 23, 2009 (16:09) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Davide Rebellin is determined to prove his innocence and refute charges that he used CERA at the Beijing Olympics. “There is nothing to confess. I never used CERA,” he told the Gazzetta dello Sport. “There will always be someone who will think that I doped. I respect that everyone has to say what he thinks. But I'm going to hold my head high.” Rebellin and former Gerolsteiner teammate Stefan Schumacher both tested positive for the EPO variant CERA in samples taken at the ... More...
Rebellin's CONI hearing postponed
December 19, 2009 (14:08) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Davide Rebellin's hearing before the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) scheduled for this past week has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict. No new date was announced. Rebellin had an appointment on the same day with the Monaco Cycling Federation, which issued his race licence. The Italian tested positive for the EPO derivative CERA at the Beijing Olympics last summer. CONI wants three-years for Di Luca Italian Danilo Di Luca has reacted to news that CONI is recommending a three-year ban ... More...
Schumacher, Rebellin challenge Olympic disqualification to CAS
December 12, 2009 (22:08) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Stefan Schumacher and Davide Rebellin have appealed their disqualifications from the Beijing Olympics to the Court of Appeal for Sports, the court announced Friday. In addition, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) summoned Rebellin to a hearing on the doping charges this coming week. The two cyclists were found to have traces of CERA, the new generation of EPO, in doping controls taken at the Olympic games. Rebellin, who finished second in the road race, last month returned his silver medal and ... More...
Rebellin returns Olympic silver medal, repays winnings
November 27, 2009 (14:10) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Italian Davide Rebellin returned yesterday the silver medal he won at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He also made available to the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) the €75,000 it awarded him for his placing. Tests results released April 28 this year revealed Rebellin doped with blood booster EPO-CERA at the Olympics. Rebellin said that returning the medal was not "recognition of responsibility," but that he was fulfilling his obligations requested by the CONI, according to La Gazzetta ... More...
Rebellin to resume training
November 24, 2009 (12:29) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Davide Rebellin is continuing with his preparations for the coming season, despite the threat of a two-year-suspension, fines and the loss of his Olympic medal. He announced this week on Facebook that he is returning to training and planning his 2010 schedule. “Since no one has asked for my schedule, I will put it online myself,” he wrote, according to the Dutch press agency dea . “As of Monday I will resume training. The following days I will give more information over my preparations ... More...
Davide Rebellin to face damage payments to CONI
November 20, 2009 (19:29) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Italian Davide Rebellin faces possible damage payments to the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) for the doping scandal which resulted in his being stripped of the Olympic silver medal. After meeting on Wednesday at its headquarters in Rome to discuss the case, the CONI announced Thursday that, in addition to officially requesting the return of the medal and a 75,000 euro prize awarded by the Italian Cycling Federation, it has asked its lawyer Massimo Ranieri to open a case against Rebellin, "for ... More...
Rebellin promises a return to cycling
November 19, 2009 (13:25) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Italy's Davide Rebellin promises to return to racing despite being stripped of his Olympic silver medal Tuesday. "Even if I am not believed and I will be blamed, I will return to race to show who Davide Rebellin is to everyone," Rebellin said in a statement given to La Gazzetta dello Sport . He finished second in the men's road race August 9 at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, but test results released April 28 this year revealed he doped with blood booster EPO-CERA. The Italian anti-doping ... More...
Cyclist Rebellin to appeal to CAS in doping case (AP)
November 19, 2009 (12:45) [ Indexed from Yahoo! Sports
Cyclist Davide Rebellin plans to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after being stripped of his Olympic silver medal for doping. Rebellin's lawyer Fausto Pavone told the Gazzetta dello Sport on Thursday that they would wait the required three weeks before bringing their case to the Swiss court. More...
Davide Rebellin to lose Olympic medal
November 17, 2009 (22:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Italian Davide Rebellin will be stripped of his Olympic silver medal after the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) received a request to do so from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The IOC stated that Rebellin has been disqualified for doping. The CONI announced it would comply with the request, and has scheduled a meeting for tomorrow with its attorneys. Rebellin took second place in the road race in Beijing last summer to Spaniard Samuel Sanchez. Fabian Cancellara ... More...
Rebellin's future to be decided in December
October 06, 2009 (04:07) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Davide Rebellin's future will be clearer after the results of counter-analysis conducted on his positive blood test from last year's Olympic Games are announced in December. The Italian veteran tested positive to the banned blood booster EPO-CERA during the Beijing Games after the International Olympic Committee conducted a targeted re-testing campaign of samples, focusing on endurance sports, including cycling. A total of 948 samples were re-tested, with a reported 5,000 tests being conducted during ... More...
Rebellin investigated over alleged tax evasion
September 30, 2009 (15:59) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com
Davide Rebellin is one of several Italian sportsmen under investigation for tax evasion by the Italian financial police, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport . "We feel this is entirely unfounded," said Rebellin's lawyer Federico Cecconi. "For years he has lived and carries on activities, including training, outside of Italy." Rebellin lives in Monaco, but grew up in the province of Verona, Italy. The 38-year-old has not raced since April this year after being handed a preliminary ... More...
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