Demonising Justin Gatlin
13th September 2015
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced today that Curtis Caron, a para-table tennis athlete, received a six-month sanction for an anti-doping rule violation. The athlete’s urine sample, collected during out-of-competition doping control on August 8, 2019, revealed the presence of terbutaline, a prohibited beta-2 agonist.
Terbutaline is classified as a “specified substance” on the Prohibited List. Under the rules of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP), an athlete facing a first violation involving a “specified substance” will be given a proposed sanction based on the CCES’s assessment of the athlete’s degree of fault. In this case, the CCES proposed a six-month period of ineligibility.
In response to the CCES’s notification of the adverse analytical finding, Mr. Caron waived his right to a hearing and accepted the proposed sanction, which terminates on February 23, 2020. During the sanction period, the athlete, who resides in Dartmouth, NS, is ineligible to participate in any capacity with any sport signatory to the CADP, including training with teammates. In compliance with rule 7.10 of the CADP, the CCES’s file outcome summary can be found in the Canadian Sport Sanction Registry.
• This media release was published by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) on 12 September 2019. Click here for the original.
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