He doctor and physiotherapist who assisted the Colombian Nairo Quintana during the past Tour de France they stayed on freedom, reported this Wednesday the Marseille Prosecutor's Office, which is in charge of the investigation by a possible case of doping.
The arrest of the two, which had begun on Monday, ended last night, the Prosecutor's Office explained in a statement, which insisted that the investigations continue and that there will also be new interrogations before making a decision on the set of items collected.
In any case, the Public Ministry did not report any charges neither against the two doctors nor against the cyclists who also gave testimony.
Quintana confirmed that he had been questioned the first time on the 16th but assured that in the search of the hotel room where he was staying during the Tour stage of that day the Gendarmerie found no doping substances.
The 30-year-old Arkea leader also assured that has nothing to hide and that he has been a "clean" runner his entire career.
Some other cyclist from his team has also given a statement to the investigators. According to the French press, his brother Drayer, who also played the French round with him.
The researchers want to verify if they were able to commit the offenses of possession of substances or use of prohibited methods for an athlete, and transport and illegal possession of doping substances.
The second of these two crimes is punishable by up to five years in jail and 375,000 euros fine and the first with up to one year and 3,750 euros.
For the doctor and physiotherapist, in this still preliminary judicial investigation There are five charges that are being examined, and which are punishable by up to five years in prison and a 75,000 euro fine.