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China Asian Games Woman Champion Banned by ITU for Doping

Posted by Author on October 12, 2007

Reuters, via the Guardia, Oct.11, 2007-

BEIJING, Oct 11 (Reuters) – China’s Asian Games triathlon gold medallist Wang Hongni has been banned from competition for two years after failing an out-of-competition doping test, the International Triathlon Union (ITU) said.

Wang, winner of the triathlon at last year’s Games in Doha, tested positive on Aug. 24 to “exogenous metabolites of testosterone”, a substance on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List, the ITU said on its Web site (www.triathlon.org).

Wang waived her right to a hearing and accepted a two-year suspension after a B sample taken on Sept. 27 confirmed the result, the ITU said.

Wang’s ban would last until Oct. 5, 2009, the ITU said, ruling her out of next year’s Beijing Olympics on home soil……. (more details from the Guardian)

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