Friday, 29 July 2016

How Many Players Failed In Olympics 2016 Doping Test

The 74kg freestyle wrestler, who bagged a bronze medal in last year’s World championship Narsingh Yadav to qualify for the Olympics, tested positive for a banned steroid in an out-of-competition test conducted by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA). NADA had collected Narsingh’s samples at the National camp in Sonepat a few weeks ago. Top wrestler Narsingh Yadav has tested positive for a banned substance and may miss out on participating in the coming Rio Olympics. Just a few days after wrestler Narshing Yadav was caught for doping, another Rio Olympics qualified athlete Inderjeet Singh, a shot putter, has failed a dope test as his ‘A’ sample returned positive for a banned substance.

How Many Players Failed In Olympics 2016 Doping Test

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The use of performance-enhancing tactics or more formally known as PEDs, and more broadly, the use of any external device to nefariously influence the outcome of a sporting event has been a part of the Olympics since its inception in Ancient Greece. One speculation as to why men were required to compete naked was to prevent the use of extra accoutrements and to keep women from competing in events specifically designed for men

The use of performance-enhancing tactics or more formally known as PEDs, and more broadly, the use of any external device to nefariously influence the outcome of a sporting event has been a part of the Olympics since its inception in Ancient Greece. One speculation as to why men were required to compete naked was to prevent the use of extra accoutrements and to keep women from competing in events specifically designed for men.

How Many Players Failed In Olympics 2016 Doping Test

Given is a list of players who failed in 2012 London Olympics Games


Name
Country
Sport
Anti-doping rule violation
Medals
Falsified test result, evasion of doping control
 (men's hammer throw)
Betamethasone (to horse Goldfever)
 (team jumping)
Oxandrolone (positive after retest in 2012)
 (men's shot put)
Stanozolol (pre-Games test)
Anabolic agents and hormones (investigation completed 2010)
 (women's 4 × 400 m relay)
Refused to submit sample
 (men's discus throw)
 (105 kg)
Use of prohibited substances and methods (self admission)
 (men's road time trial)
Evasion of doping control
 (women's shot put)
Refused to submit sample
Oxandrolone (positive after retest in 2012)
 (women's shot put)
Diuretic (pre-Games test)
Antipsychotics (to horse Waterford Crystal)
 (individual jumping)
 (women's quadruple sculls)
Clenbuterol (positive after retest in 2012)
 (62 kg)
 (62 kg)
Evasion of doping control
Methandienone (positive after retest in 2012)
 (men's hammer throw)
Methandienone (positive after retest in 2012)
 (women's discus throw)

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