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Doping Cases and Bans Thread

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De_Gambassi    87
il y a 51 minutes, intoronto a déclaré:

Austria, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA,


Want Russia banned from the 2018 Olympics...


That's pretty much the top nations...

 

http://www.bbc.com/sport/winter-sports/41266286

 

I didn't see that coming.

 

I don't expect anything to happen though, but it's good, that some don't want to let the all thing just vanish.

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heywoodu    1,037
1 hour ago, intoronto said:

Austria, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA,


Want Russia banned from the 2018 Olympics...


That's pretty much the top nations...

 

http://www.bbc.com/sport/winter-sports/41266286

Nations like China, Turkey and Azerbaijan are of course afraid and so wouldn't sign this :p 

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Dragon    44
On 9/14/2017 at 16:26, De_Gambassi said:

 

I didn't see that coming.

 

I don't expect anything to happen though, but it's good, that some don't want to let the all thing just vanish.

Same thing happened before Rio. Didn't work then

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Dragon    44

So there will be a decision on 6 Russian cross country skiers who competed in Sochi after a hearing next month.

Some of you may already know they are...

I won't mention names here but if they are found guilty only one Russian medal will remain from the sport in Sochi

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phelps    106

Yevgeniya Kolodko (RUS) loses her medal (in women's Shot Put) from the 2013 Indoor European Championships in Gothemburg because of doping...

 

the new podium places are:

 

Gold: Christina Schwanitz, GER (19,25m)

Silver: Alena Abramchuk, BLR (18,85m)

Bronze: Chiara Rosa, ITA (18,37m)

 

Source (in Italian only, unfortunately):

https://www.oasport.it/2017/09/atletica-doping-per-la-russa-kolodko-arriva-il-bronzo-europeo-per-chiara-rosa/

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heywoodu    1,037
11 hours ago, Dragon said:

So there will be a decision on 6 Russian cross country skiers who competed in Sochi after a hearing next month.

Some of you may already know they are...

I won't mention names here but if they are found guilty only one Russian medal will remain from the sport in Sochi

 

Don't know the names, but I've got a feeling this show of pure comedy gold is part of it (look from 1:40) :lol:

 

That was a good reminder of the epic Gewiss-Ballan team in the 1994 Fleche Wallone :d  (who basically came straight out of a nucleair power plant)

 

 

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Dragon    44

News from Russian athletics.

400m runner Maxsim Dyldin loses all his results from August 5, 2012 to May 22, 2015.

Means the Russian 4 x400 team will be disqualified from the 2013 World Championships, 2013 Universiade and 2014 European Championships.

Kirill Ikonnikov results lost from August 5, 2012 to October 8, 2016 (though 2 years in the middle of that time were already lost due to another doping case)

Dyldin 4 year ban from  January 2017

Ikonnikov 8 year ban from April 2016

 

http://rusathletics.info/87783

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Gianlu33    340
52 minutes ago, Dragon said:

News from Russian athletics.

400m runner Maxsim Dyldin loses all his results from August 5, 2012 to May 22, 2015.

Means the Russian 4 x400 team will be disqualified from the 2013 World Championships, 2013 Universiade and 2014 European Championships.

Kirill Ikonnikov results lost from August 5, 2012 to October 8, 2016 (though 2 years in the middle of that time were already lost due to another doping case)

Dyldin 4 year ban from  January 2017

Ikonnikov 8 year ban from April 2016

 

http://rusathletics.info/87783

Russia lost the 5th place of the Olympics Games too.

Here the medal reallocation (not confirmed yet)

 

2013 World Championship

Gold: :USA United States

Silver: :JAM Jamaica

Bronze: :RUS Russia 

Bronze: :GBR Great Britain

 

2014 European Championship

Gold: :GBR Great Britain

Silver: :RUS Russia 

Silver: :POL Poland

Bronze: :FRA France

 

2013 Universiade

Gold: :RUS Russia 

Gold: :CAN  Canada

Silver: :RSA South Africa

Bronze: :TUR Turkey

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dcro    843

Interesting, I've read that alcohol and cannabidiol (cannabis compound) have been removed from WADA prohibited substances list for 2018.

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dareza    302
On 9/8/2017 at 11:51, Gianlu33 said:

:ITA Sylla and :SRB Antonijević, two volleyball player the compete in the Gran Prix Finals are positive to the same doping substance. Probabily it's a food contamination, but who know..

 

No suspension for Ana Antonijevic. I can't believe that she missed European championships because of meat:facepalm: China :mad: This is really funny and sad at the same time .

 

I don't know for Sylla.

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