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VolleyRuller96

Weightlifting 2018 Discussion Thread

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IWF also announced some few more lists in their Anti-Doping news section. only two of them are notable. both from Thailand Teerapat CHOMCHUEN and Duanganksnorn CHAIDEE.

Chomchuen won a bronze medal in CJ at the World Championships. that medal will go to Rusev from Bulgaria

 

Chaidee won 2 bronze medals (CJ and total) in women's superheavyweight. both of her bronze medals will go to PRK.

 

she also won a bronze medal at the Asian Games in Jakarta. I wonder if this doping thing happened during the World Champs or before that at the AG. but I assume that happened in Ashgabat and she won't lose her AG medal.

 

Christina Iovu is also in the list because of violation of Article 2.2 :mumble: she won a bronze in CJ at the Worlds

 

 

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1 hour ago, MHSN said:

IWF also announced some few more lists in their Anti-Doping news section. only two of them are notable. both from Thailand Teerapat CHOMCHUEN and Duanganksnorn CHAIDEE.

Chomchuen won a bronze medal in CJ at the World Championships. that medal will go to Rusev from Bulgaria

 

Chaidee won 2 bronze medals (CJ and total) in women's superheavyweight. both of her bronze medals will go to PRK.

 

she also won a bronze medal at the Asian Games in Jakarta. I wonder if this doping thing happened during the World Champs or before that at the AG. but I assume that happened in Ashgabat and she won't lose her AG medal.

 

Christina Iovu is also in the list because of violation of Article 2.2 :mumble: she won a bronze in CJ at the Worlds

 

 

2.2

Use or Attempted Use by an Athlete of a
Prohibited Substance or a Prohibited Method


2.2.1 It is each Athlete’s personal duty to ensure
that no Prohibited Substance enters his or her
body and that no Prohibited Method is Used.
Accordingly, it is not necessary that intent, Fault,
negligence or knowing Use on the Athlete’s
part be demonstrated in order to establish an
anti-doping rule violation for Use of a Prohibited
Substance or a Prohibited Method.


2.2.2 The success or failure of the Use or Attempted
Use of a Prohibited Substance or Prohibited
Method is not material. It is sufficient that the
Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method was
Used or Attempted to be Used for an anti-doping

rule violation to be committed

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this sport shouldn't be Olympic at all 100% of lifters are doped , 

replace it by boules or vovinam will be correct 

 

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