Results: trofodermin

News 24/11/2021

Slovenian javelin star accepts two year ban

Slovenia’s javelin record holder Martina Ratej has dropped an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against a a two year ban, in a complicated case involving clostebol. A sample taken at the London 2012 Olympics was originally reported as negative by the London 2012 Anti-Doping Laboratory....

25/06/2020

20yr old swimmer gets one year ban for applying wrong eczema cream

A 20 year old swimmer, who was 19 at the time of his doping test, has been sanctioned with a one year ban for applying a pea-sized amount of the wrong eczema cream during the night, which resulted in an adverse analytical finding (AAF) for clostebol. The Full Decision...

28/02/2020

Sports Integrity Briefs – 28 February 2020

• Amateur cyclist Flavio Pagliaccia has been sanctioned with a twelve year ban after returning an adverse analytical finding (AAF) for a metabolite of cocaine after competing whilst provisionally suspended. Pagliaccia was provisionally suspended after returning an AAF for testosterone in April last year, and in October was sanctioned...

05/02/2019

Eleven Italians subject to doping proceedings in January

Eleven Italian athletes have been subject to anti-doping proceedings in January, according to statements published by Italy’s national anti-doping agency (NADO Italia). Seven athletes were sanctioned with bans ranging from four months to four years, and four athletes were provisionally suspended, after reporting an adverse analytical finding (AAF). The eleven...

01/09/2017

Inconsistencies Between Johaug vs. Sharapova at CAS

I’ve had a close read of the CAS decisions on the doping violations of Russian tennis superstar Maria Sharpova (here in PDF) and Norwegian nordic superstar Therese Johaug (here in PDF). The cases are remarkably similar in many respects. Both involve an athlete who was given bad advice by...

23/08/2017

Therese Johaug banned from Winter Olympics for sunburn lip cream

Norwegian cross-country skier Therese Johaug will not be able to compete at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld an appeal from the International Ski Federation (FIS) to extend her sanction to 18 months. Both the FIS and Johaug appealed to the...

22/08/2017

CAS issues decision in the case of Therese Johaug

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has upheld the appeal filed by the International Skiing Federation (FIS), has set aside the decision issued by the Adjudication Committee of the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sport on 10 February 2017 and has issued a new decision...

10/07/2017

Italy sanctions more athletes for doping

Italy’s National Anti-Doping Agency (NADO Italia) has sanctioned a number of athletes with bans ranging from three months to four years. Bodybuilders Luca Bertell, Fabrizio Zandonai and Massimo Testorio have been sanctioned with four-year bans, however no details of the substances involved were given. A ‘non-affiliated’ athlete, Alessia Francioso,...

07/06/2017

Therese Johaug’s Olympic fate hangs in CAS’s hands

Whether Therese Johaug will be able to compete at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics depends on the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which yesterday held a hearing into the cross-country skier’s case. In two cases before the CAS, Johaug has appealed for a reduction to a 13-month ban issued in...

11/03/2017

FIS seeks to extend 13-month ban for use of lip cream

The International Ski Federation (FIS) is seeking to have a 13-month ban issued to Therese Johaug for use of lip cream to treat blisters caused by sunburn ‘reasonably extended’ in an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). As Johaug’s ban is scheduled to expire on 17...

14/02/2017

Therese Johaug receives 13-month ban for use of lip cream

Norwegian cross-country skier Therese Johaug is considering an appeal after receiving a 13-month ban for use of a cream to treat lip blisters caused by sunburn. On 10 February, a Norwegian Olympic committee (NIF) panel found (judgment below) that Johaug failed to sufficiently investigate whether the lip cream, Trofodermin,...

20/12/2016

Therese Johaug suspension extended for two months

Anti-Doping Norway (ADNO) has extended the suspension of cross-country skier Therese Johaug for two months until 19 February 2017, as her case has yet to be heard. In a statement, ADNO said that an oral hearing is scheduled to take place from 25-27 January, and it is seeking a...

24/10/2016

Norwegian skier provisionally suspended after lip cream results in AAF

Anti-Doping Norway (ADNO) provisionally suspended cross-country skier Therese Johaug for two months on 18 October, after her B sample confirmed the adverse analytical finding (AAF) for clostebol following a 16 September test. ‘The reason for the decision is that the prosecution is of the opinion that the athlete can...

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