Indian shotput athlete fails dope check; 4-year ban imposed

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Almost all sporting competitions on the earth have been postponed at the moment, together with the Tokyo Olympics 2020 as a result of Kovid-19 epidemic. All sporting occasions in India have additionally been postponed. Indian gamers had excessive expectations from Tokyo. But it has now been postponed until 2021. Meanwhile, Indian shotput athlete Naveen Chikara has been suspended for Four years because of failure in dope check. Boxer Sumit Sangwan pleads for inclusion in nationwide camp after doping ban is lifted

The Integrity Unit of the International Athletics Federation (IAAF) has discovered the Indian athlete failing within the dope check. <! –

                 Chikara was discovered responsible of consumption of banned substance and his suspension will come into impact from 27 July 2018. The IAAF gave this data on Friday. Wrestler Ravinder Kumar failed in dope check, imposed 4-year ban

An announcement mentioned, 'On 27 July 2018, the participant was discovered responsible in an investigation exterior the event. On 28 October 2018, elements of the banned substance had been present in his pattern within the licensed lab of the World Anti-Doping Agency in Montreal. Chikara gained a silver medal within the 2018 Federation Cup. He was runner-up within the Inter-Province Championship this yr.

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In November 2018, a short lived suspension was imposed on him. Later his B pattern was examined. In December 2018, he informed AIU that he was not conscious that GHRP6 was a banned substance present in his pattern.

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On March 12, he admitted that he had violated the anti-doping guidelines and gave this confession in writing. Along with Naveen, the Asian Games silver medalist Kenyan athlete has additionally been banned for 2 years for failing the dope check.

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