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2 hours ago, gvaisakh said:

Can someone confirm our race walking team? In 20km, some sites say Manish, Gurmeet, Ganapati.. Some say Irfan, Baljinder, Gurmeet

http://www.olympic.ind.in/images/Athletes-qualified-India-Rio-2016.pdf   ......this file on the ioa website shows manish,gurmeet and ganpathi

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2 hours ago, Prashanth said:

How can a person have traces of drug a week ago and not find it after a week. That too for out of competition testing. Seriously no idea what is going on in India.

Not puzzled over NArsingh's results......He's said his first report had a high dosage of the drug....tested on june 25 and july 5..so the drug would take some time to leave the system

 

Inderjeet's case is puzzling

It is said he cleverly evaded a few tests and kept his whereabouts hidden for sometime..he's found to have doped on 2 different drugs both of which aid in muscle growth...

the different results is due to the delay between the dates of testing....more time passes the traces of the drug reduces

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15 hours ago, Prashanth said:

Inderjeet 2nd test turned negative...Still no chance for Rio...Cant understand the logic....

beacause he was tested positive in his first test ..there is 2 more test result left,..aftr which NADA will decide will he go or not ?

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43 minutes ago, Joseph said:

Neeraj Chopra's news?anyone?signed the petition

Sorry for being negative, but I am disappointed in AFI. They should know that there is no concept of wild card in Athletics. There is just Universality quotas (1 per gender) for those NOCs who have qualified 0 athletes. India, luckily, is not eligible for Universality quota in Athletics. IAAF is not going to open a pandora's box by making an exception for Neeraj Chopra. If Neeraj deserves it, then so does every other athlete who has achieved the quota after the deadline. If Neeraj is allowed, IAAF has to allow all the champions from Junior World Championships. Once, they allow champions, someone will ask for exception for other medal winners from JWC. There is no way IAAF is going to create this unnecessary mess. Also, I am pretty sure IAAF doesn't (and shouldn't) care for petitions. Fans are allowed to be irrational and let emotions get better of them. There is no harm in fans starting and signing petitions. But, AFI should have steered clear of this. It is just wasting its time, giving false hope to fans and making a mockery of itself in international community. 

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