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  • #61
    Natalia Krol (née Pryshchepa) has been given a 20 month ban starting from Jan 2020 and ending in Sep 2021. She has accepted the decision and won't be contesting it.

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    • #62
      Salwa Eid Naser gets off on a Coleman style technicality: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/54617367. Hopefully, like Coleman, they'll keep on testing her.

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      • #63
        It’s a joke. Also, did she not have four missed tests, so even if she’s found a way out of one, she’s still on for a ban? Given she said missed tests were normal, she’s no doubt had others we don’t know about!

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        • #64
          Apparently the fourth one was outside the year. Also like Coleman.

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          • #65
            How terribly convenient!

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            • #66
              Ahh, so Eid Nasir is going escape justice on a "technicality" huh.

              Well, let me be the first one to suggest that should we be able to hold the Olympic Games next year with COVID (hopefully) behind us, I'll be rooting for SMU to kick her ass all over the track in Tokyo and win the gold medal.

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              • #67
                I am slightly encouraged by the IAAF saying "we hope the athlete will learn from the experience and heed the AIU's warnings". I think this means she's firmly on their radar and will be tested frequently.

                (If they can find her, that is...)

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by RunUnlimited View Post
                  Ahh, so Eid Nasir is going escape justice on a "technicality" huh.

                  Well, let me be the first one to suggest that should we be able to hold the Olympic Games next year with COVID (hopefully) behind us, I'll be rooting for SMU to kick her ass all over the track in Tokyo and win the gold medal.
                  Joined by many no doubtful, after a disgraceful cover up at the top; she is as guilty as hell if you read the detailed stuff on letsrun.

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                  • #69
                    Coleman now banned.

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                    • #70
                      More on Coleman

                      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/54712149

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                      • #71
                        Good news.

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                        • #72
                          My last post was not approved for some reason.

                          Anyway, good to see that the wheels of justice may take their time, but they get there in the end.

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                          • #73
                            Well, isn't that a pleasant surprise.

                            Though I'm sure Coleman is going to challenge the ruling at the Court of Appeal.

                            However, if even some of what the testers claim is true about his actions that lead up to them deciding to ban him (and therefore exposing Coleman as a blatant liar in his attempts to cover it up - regardless of his protestations of never taking drugs and being willing to be tested everyday for the rest of his career), then I don't see Coleman having much of a legal leg to stand on.

                            Noah Lyles must be laughing his spikes off....

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                            • #74
                              The sequence of events from Coleman’s POV is completely implausible, the AIU are doing good work in my opinion, the sport may have to go through a difficult period where more top athletes, including some household names, are brought down to earth, in order to increase the fear of getting caught which was severely lacking under the previous administration

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                              • #75


                                Kenya’s 2017 world 1500 metres champion Elijah Manangoi has been banned for two-years after missing a series of drugs tests.

                                https://www.insidethegames.biz/artic...-kenyan-banned

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