The US Anti-Doping Agency has confirmed they don't consider Tour of Spain winner Chris Horner to have missed a drug test after Spanish anti-doping authorities turned up at the wrong hotel to carry out a test.
The 41-year-old American became the oldest ever winner of a grand tour in Madrid on Monday.
The Spanish authorities had been asked to carry out the test on behalf of USADA and attended the hotel where the majority of Horner's RadioShack team were staying.
However, RadioShack confirmed that Horner was instead staying at a different hotel with his wife after the race and had communicated his location, phone number and one-hour time window to be tested to the USADA.
In response USADA admitted that there had been no wrongdoing on Horner's part and that they had not passed on the information regarding Horner's change of whereabouts before the testers visited RadioShack's hotel.