A backup sample taken from British Olympic sprinter CJ Ujah also tested positive for banned substances.
athlete Won silver medal with 4x100m relay team in Tokyo Jarnell Hughes, Richard Kilty and Nathaniel Mitchell-Blake – each of them could lose their Olympic medals.
UJAH will be the subject of a hearing before the Anti-Doping Division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport to give the athlete an opportunity to respond to the results.
The International Testing Agency confirmed that the B sample was analyzed after the athlete requested a second test.
The first sample of UJAH, taken after a competition in Tokyo, Two banned muscle building substances found Known as Ostarine and S-23.
The rules of the competition are clear on the penalties Ujah and his relay team may face: “When an athlete violating an anti-doping rule competes as a member of the relay team, the team relay is automatically disqualified from the event.” Q. , with all consequential consequences for the relay team, including forfeiture of all titles, prizes, medals, points and prizes, and attendance money.”
In a statement last monthThe 27-year-old London runner said he was “shocked and devastated” by the announcement.
He said: “To be absolutely clear, I am not a fraud and I have never taken a prohibited substance and will never knowingly take a prohibited substance.
“I love my sport and know my responsibilities as an athlete and a teammate.”
Once the Swiss Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled on the matter, the Athletics Integrity Unit will decide whether additional sanctions are necessary.
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