LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) Czech cyclist Roman Kreuziger will face a hearing on doping allegations at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in June.
CAS says it has set June 10 to hear appeals by the International Cycling Union and World Anti-Doping Agency against a decision to clear Kreuziger of blood doping.
The Czech Olympic Committee ruled last September that abnormalities in Kreuziger's biological passport dating to 2011-12 did not break any limits.
Kreuziger denies wrongdoing and has never tested positive.
The Tinkoff-Saxo team dropped him from its Tour de France team last year during the investigation.
The UCI then provisionally suspended Kreuziger to keep him out of the Spanish Vuelta.
Kreuziger is free to race until the court's verdict.