Former Cyclist Jan Ullrich Sued By Former Employer To Repay Salary Of $402,000
Former German pro cyclist Jan Ullrich "has been sued by his former employer Günther Dahms to repay three months pay" for a total amount of €300,000 ($402,000), according to the DPA. A court spokesperson said that a civil suit "has been scheduled at the Essen District Court for Feb. 12." Dahms accused Ullrich of "having used doping substances in '03 in violation of his contract." Ullrich said under oath in '08 that he "did not use any doping substances during his three months with now defunct cycling team Coast between Jan. 1-March 31, 2003" (DPA, 11/12).