Rio bound shot putter Inderjeet Singh fails dope test
Posted on: 2016-07-27 Posted by: CLAT Gurukul Category: Archive Blog
India’s Rio Olympics bound shot putter Inderjeet Singh (28) has been tested positive for a banned substance. In the out-of-competition test conducted by National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA), Inderjeet’s ‘A’ sample was tested positive for a banned steroid. The NADA has asked Inderjeet Singh if he wants to test his ‘B’ sample and if so, to do this within seven days. If his ‘B’ sample also tests positive, he will have to miss 2016 Rio Olympics Games in August 2016. Besides, he may be banned for four years under the new WADA Code. Inderjeet Singh had won a bronze medal in the 2014 Asian Games. He had won the gold medal at the Asian Athletics Championships in 2015. He had qualified for the 2016 Olympics by achieving qualification mark with a throw of 20.65 m in May 2015 at 19th Federation Cup. Source: The Indian Express
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