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New Zealand Olympian Jeremy Yates faces a possible two-year ban from cycling after another tangle with officialdom - this time a doping allegation.
Yates has been summoned to appear before the doping commission of the Belgium Cyclists Union and expects to know his fate early next week.
The former junior world road champion and Belgian QuickStep team member, who failed to finish the Olympic road race in Athens last month, had been called to appear before the commission with six other cyclists.
He refused to provide a B sample and appear for an initial hearing after his A sample contained unusually high levels of testosterone, Radio Sport reported.