After cocaine was found in the sample, British Olympian Oliver Dustin sweated profusely at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
According to reports, after cocaine was found in drug test samples, British Olympic hope star Oliver Dustin sweated profusely on the spot at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The 20-year-old 800-meter runner has been told to challenge the gold medal game After a rapid rise in recent months.
Dustin broke Seb Coe’s record for the British Under-23 youth team with a world lead of 1.43.82, which opened his eyes.
Two weeks later, he booked his seat on the plane to Tokyo and won the runner-up. British team Trial in an exciting game in Manchester.
But after the metabolites of cocaine were found in samples during his stay in France, his position in the GB team is now at risk.
era It is claimed that Dustin hired legal help and that his case was handled by French anti-doping officials.
The report went on to say that Dustin may have claimed that his sample was contaminated.
However, it is difficult to prove this in time for the Tokyo Olympics, which will begin on July 23.
Dustin’s agent Stephen Haas claimed that calling the incident a positive test “is not true at this point.”
Haas declined to comment further on this matter.
If the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) claims that these drugs are used for recreational purposes rather than to improve performance, then it is becoming more tolerant of athletes.
Should Dustin admit to taking cocaine outside of the game with Participating in education courses, he may only serve a one-month ban, cut from three months.
Since the ban is outdated, if Dustin is suspended for a month, he can still freely participate in the Olympics.
However, his only Olympic qualifying time is two weeks in Manchester Rear Participating in the game in Nice-this means that his time may be broken, which means that he is not eligible for the Tokyo game.
Earlier this month, the fastest woman in America Sha’Carri Richardson apologized to fans after failing drug test And was banned from participating in the Tokyo competition.
The 21-year-old 100 million sprinter intended to lead the U.S. team to the Olympics later this month, but after testing positive for marijuana in the Olympic trials, he was suspended for 30 days.
At the same time, the GB team is still tracking the runner-up Andy Butchart claims he fake Covid-19 test When speaking on a podcast.