Results: probenecid

News 23/06/2020

Twenty two junior Indian rowers return AAF for probenecid

The Rowing Federation of India has blamed food supplements, after 22 junior rowers returned adverse analytical findings (AAFs) for probenecid as a result of tests at a Thailand training camp in December last year, reports the Times of India. Probenecid is a diuretic that can be used to mask...

08/08/2019

Statement of agent Sean Kiernan on Robert Quinn

I am extremely disappointed in the NFL for following through with this suspension. In life there are real world instances where a totality of the circumstances must be analyzed. This is one such case.  Rob has a medical history with seizures that requires him to take multiple doses of...

17/07/2019

Footballer suspended for two years for anti-doping rule violation

The Sports Tribunal has suspended Paul Clout, a footballer, for a period of two years for returning a positive test result for Probenecid, a Specified Substance prohibited at all times. Mr Clout was provisionally suspended without opposition on 5 February 2019. He asked for his ‘B’ sample to be tested,...

01/07/2019

Sports Integrity Briefs – 1 July 2019

• The International Cycling Union (UCI) has opened an investigation into Patrick Van Gansen (pictured), General Manager of the Healthmate – Cyclive Team. In an Open Letter published by Wielerflits, ‘multiple’ former team riders backed four cyclists who had accused Van Gansen of inappropriate behaviour. In a statement of...

25/01/2018

CAS dismisses appeal filed by WADA against Gil Roberts

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has issued its decision in the arbitration procedure between the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the American sprinter Gil Roberts (the Athlete). The appeal filed by WADA on 24 August 2017 against the decision rendered by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) on...

24/10/2017

Kolobkov interview shows Russia cannot meet WADA’s conditions

An interview with Russian Minister of Sport, Pavel Kolobkov, shows that Russia cannot meet the conditions required by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) for the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) to be reinstated. In turn, this means that the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) will be unable to meet the conditions...

Features 07/08/2017

Why life bans for doping will not work

On Sunday, Justin Gatlin was booed as he received his gold medal following his victory in the 100m final at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) London 2017 World Championships on Saturday. The reason? A common perception that the US athlete is a two-times drug cheat. As explained...

14/07/2017

‘Kissing’ defence clears Gil Roberts: why threshold changes are needed

Gil Roberts was able to compete in the 400m at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships after an arbitration panel accepted his defence that an adverse analytical finding (AAF) for probenecid – a diuretic – was caused by kissing his girlfriend. On 26 June, the US Anti-Doping Agency...

News 03/03/2016

Footballer, Kelsey Kennard receives six-month ban

Drug Free Sport NZ says the case of footballer banned from all sport for six months highlights the need for all athletes to make sure they exercise “utmost caution” when taking medications. The Sports Tribunal of New Zealand today banned women’s footballer, Kelsey Kennard, from all sport for six...

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