Discus thrower Sandeep Kumari gets 4-year ban on drug addiction
NEW DELHI: Discus Thrower Sandeep Kumari The AMA Athletics Integrity Unit imposed a four-year ban on him for refusing a drug test, almost two years after his sample was deemed clean by the NDTL.
The National Drug Testing Laboratory (NDTL) was unable to detect the banned substance, a steroid, that was present in his blood sample, collected by NADA officials during the Interstate National Championships in June 2018. in Guwahati.
Kumari had won gold with a throw of 58.41m.
the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) then decided to analyze the Kumari sample at its Montreal Laboratory in Canada and tested positive for the anabolic steroid Metenolone in November 2018.
Kumari's results from June 26, 2018 to November 21, 2018 will now be voided.
Her four-year ban, announced by WADA on Friday night, will begin on June 26, 2018, the date of her sample collection.
No solo the de Kumari, sino también muestras de otros cuatro indios, incluido el campeón asiático de cuartos de milla de 2017 Nirmala Sheoran 's had tested negative on NDTL but found positive when tested in Montreal.
Jhuma Khatun, one of them, also received a four-year ban last month.
La AMA remitió la gestión de resultados de Kumari a la AIU, que le notificó the cargos y la suspendió provisionalmente en noviembre de 2018.
the Haryana athlete waived her right for the confirmatory 'B' sample test and accepted the adverse analytical finding (AAF).
In February 2019, Kumari participated in a telephone interview with AIU representatives during which he confirmed that he admitted the Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRV).
In February 2020, the AIU issued a charge notice to Kumari, asking him to either admit to the ADRV or to submit to a hearing before the Disciplinary Tribunal.
After missing three deadlines to respond, Kumari finally accepted the charge and did not request a hearing.