Ukrainian cross-country skier Valentyna Kaminska has actually evaluated favorable for a steroid and 2 energizers, ending up being the 2nd athlete at the Beijing Winter Olympics to stop working medicine tests, the International Testing Agency claimed in a declaration Wednesday.
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The ITA said it took Kaminska’& rsquo; s doping example recently, as well as received results Tuesday that the sample had checked favorable for the stimulants heptaminol and also 5-methylhexan-2-amine as well as an anabolic androgenic steroid, a typical performance-enhancing medication.
Kaminska, 34, has actually been educated of the result, and also provisionally put on hold from the Winter Games till the resolution of her instance.
She has actually completed in three occasions at the Games, can be found in 79th in the females’s 10 km timeless cross-country, 70th in women’s sprint cost-free qualification as well as helping team Ukraine to complete 18th in the women’s 4×5-km relay.
Kaminska competed for Belarus in 2014 as well as 2018. Last week, Iranian Alpine skier Hossein Saveh-Shemshaki was provisionally suspended after checking positive for an anabolic androgenic steroid. Russian number skater Kamila Valieva, 15, was provisionally put on hold from completing at the Games after she evaluated positive for an outlawed performance-enhancing drug in a sample taken prior to the Olympics, however the Court of Arbitration for Sport allowed her to compete.
Valieva helped Team Russian Olympic Committee win gold in the team figure skating competitors prior to her doping instance appeared.
Ukrainian cross-country skier Kaminska put on hold after favorable dope examination (Reuters).
Towering skiing-Iran’s Saveh-Shemshaki put on hold after positive dope examination (Reuters).
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Kaminska contended for Belarus in 2014 as well as 2018. Last week, Iranian Alpine skier Hossein Saveh-Shemshaki was provisionally suspended after testing favorable for an anabolic androgenic steroid. Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva, 15, was provisionally suspended from competing at the Games after she evaluated favorable for an outlawed performance-enhancing drug in an example taken before the Olympics, however the Court of Arbitration for Sport enabled her to compete.
Valieva assisted Team Russian Olympic Committee win gold in the group figure skating competitors before her doping instance appeared.