BROC TICKLE | SUSPENSION FROM COMPETITION

Last Friday afternoon a press release from the FIM (Federation Internationale Motocyclisme, the international governing body of nearly all motorcycle competition) circulated through the sport that a substance on the WADA Anti-Doping list was detected in a urine sample collected from Red Bull KTM rider Broc Tickle at the 2018 San Diego Supercross in February. The details in the press release were scarce, as it simply stated Methylhexanamine was found in the sample and that Tickle was barred from any sort of competition, effective immediately. On Saturday afternoon at the 2018 Minneapolis Supercross round of the 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series, we shared a few moments with Red Bull KTM Team Manager Roger DeCoster and learned more about how the team was notified…

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