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Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

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Dragon    263

:UKR Case #119 (Ukraine #3)
Athlete: Anastasiya Mokhnyuk
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: April 21st, 2020
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:IRI Case #120 (Iran #7)
Athlete: Hadis Sherifi
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: September 25th, 2021
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:IRI Case #121 (Iran #8)
Athlete: Leila Koukhan
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: September 25th, 2021
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:ARG Case #122 (Argentina #1)

Athlete: Vanesa Luciana Wohlgernuth
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: October 30th, 2020
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter

 

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carivan    72
hace 7 horas, heywoodu said:

The net around Team Sky, Wiggins, Froome and all that stuff seems to be closing more and more.

https://www.eurosport.com/cycling/tour-de-france/2018/sir-bradley-wiggins-and-team-sky-crossed-ethical-line-uk-parliamentary-report_sto6664165/story.shtml

 

So, Vincenzo Nibali (of Astana :lol:) as the last Tour de France winner if this keeps going the US Postal/Armstrong-road? :d 

 

I sometimes wonder why I still keep following this sport, but alright.

 

This Sky thing is SHOCKING to absolutely no one. About time.

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Dragon    263

:RUS Case #123 (Russia #22)
Athlete: Stanislav Emelyanov
Sport: Athletics
Duration: Life Ban (3rd offence)
Expiration: Never
Substance: Biological Passport
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:RUS Case #124 (Russia #23)
Athlete: Sabrina Kadasheva
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: August 4th, 2021
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:CHN Case #125 (China #3)
Athlete: Su Xueting
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 12 Months
Expiration: February 27th, 2018
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:CHN Case #126 (China #4)
Athlete: Wang Jiali
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 96 Months
Expiration: August 9th, 2025
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:BRA Case #127 (Brazil #3)
Athlete: Juliana Moreira
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 96 Months
Expiration: March 27th, 2022
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:TUR Case #128 (Turkey #2)
Athlete: Omer Iti
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 96 Months
Expiration: December 26th, 2023
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter


:TUR Case #129 (Turkey  #3)
Athlete: Medeni Demir
Sport: Athletics
Duration: 48 Months
Expiration: April 19th, 2021
Substance: ?
Source: IAAF Newsletter

 

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heywoodu    2,971
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But it was performance-enhancing?

"It wasn't performance enhancing in the sense that for me, I had this problem - I had problems with asthma attacks, I had problems with breathing that flared up through pollen season. This was an anti-inflammatory drug that was taken to prevent that happening so I could compete on the same level that I had all year and on the same level with my rivals.

"This wasn't a medication that was abused in order to gain an advantage."

 

From a BBC interview with Wiggins. How nice, getting TUE's for stuff that didn't happen yet :cheer:

All to 'compete on a same level' (the most-heard doping excuse basically) :cheer:

 

Big coincidence by the way, all of his three cases of allergies, which he got TUE's and medications for, came up right before the three major races he wanted to win! Who could imagine such a coincidence!

 

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Why the timing, if this was a genuine illness and you had to take something for it when it arose, why this convenient timing just before these three major races?

"Because of the type of grass pollen I am allergic to. It was around this period. The grass pollen goes in seasons, and this particular strain of grass pollen I was allergic to, it was at a heightened period during June and July.

 

I truly wonder how long they're going to be able to keep all this up. Sky, Wiggins, Froome, the whole circus looks like it's about to collapse and once it does, it's probably best never to speak about all this again, and pretend they never existed in the world of sports. 

 

It's of course a shock to nobody, but honestly I find it a lot more annoying than the Russian state-sponsored doping scandal. Team Sky and their super high horses about how super duper clean they are. Ugh. 

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bestmen    841

Tony yoka :FRA boxing

Olympic champion is  ban for 1 year

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De_Gambassi    262
Il y a 1 heure , bestmen a déclaré:

Tony yoka :FRA boxing

Olympic champion is  ban for 1 year

 

Suspensive only for now (no shows). AFLD will probably appeal it.

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heywoodu    2,971
39 minutes ago, De_Gambassi said:

 

Suspensive only for now (no shows). AFLD will probably appeal it.

Three no shows in one year if I read it correctly? He turned pro after the Olympics, but I don't think we should call any athlete who has 3 no shows professional.... 

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De_Gambassi    262
il y a 10 minutes, heywoodu a déclaré:

Three no shows in one year if I read it correctly? He turned pro after the Olympics, but I don't think we should call any athlete who has 3 no shows professional.... 

 

Well, he is not the first one, neither the last one.

 

Very dubious how the suspensive could not be lifted by the french antidoping agency. Only question, would it be before his next combat the 7th of april. 

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heywoodu    2,971
1 minute ago, De_Gambassi said:

 

Well, he is not the first one, neither the last one.

 

Very dubious how the suspensive could not be lifted by the french antidoping agency. Only question, would it be before his next combat the 7th of april. 

What do you mean? If one has three no shows, shouldn't one simply be suspended and, as long as an investigation is going on, definitely not be allowed to compete? 

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De_Gambassi    262
Juste maintenant , heywoodu a déclaré:

What do you mean? If one has three no shows, shouldn't one simply be suspended and, as long as an investigation is going on, definitely not be allowed to compete? 

 

I mean that the french boxing association gave him only one suspensive year. (ie as it stands he could fight this year). A very lenient sanction that doesn't fit the french (world ?) anti doping code, and that most definitly be appealed, the code stating that at least one year (a non suspensive year that is) is mandatory in that case.

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heywoodu    2,971
1 minute ago, De_Gambassi said:

 

I mean that the french boxing association gave him only one suspensive year. (ie as it stands he could fight this year). A very lenient sanction that doesn't fit the french (world ?) anti doping code, and that most definitly be appealed, the code stating that at least one year (a non suspensive year that is) is mandatory in that case.

Right, I got confused by the word 'suspensive' :p 

 

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His lawyer, Arnaud Pericard, told AFP that the first missed test came while Yoka was on a plane back from training in the United States, and the second came "during a period of relaxation", when he "didn't know he was still subject to geolocation requirements".

 

:facepalm:

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De_Gambassi    262
Juste maintenant , heywoodu a déclaré:

Right, I got confused by the word 'suspensive' :p 

 

That's very much could be me not using that world properly :d

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