Botswana, the third fastest 800m runner in history Nijel Amos The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Tuesday that it was tentatively suspended ahead of next week’s world championships after silver medalists at the 2012 Olympics tested positive for banned metabolites.
The drug found in the 28-year-old system was GW1516.This changes the way the body metabolizes fat, and the World Anti-Doping Agency states that it poses a health risk to athletes, AIU said. In a press release.
AIU collected samples from Amos during the out-of-competition test on June 4th. Amos was informed of the results while preparing for the World Championships in Eugene, Oregon, which was preparing to compete in the 800m heat in July. 20.
AIU tentatively suspends Nijel Amos in Botswana shortly after an out-of-competition sample collected from athletes tested positive for a metabolite of GW1516, a substance banned from the 2022 WADA ban list. Did.
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His silver medal at 800m from the London Olympics is Botswana’s first Olympic medal and is ranked as the third fastest in 800m time (1: 41.73) after Kenya. David Rudisha (1: 40.91) and Wilson Kipketter (1: 41.11).
Amos has his last six seasons Mark Rowland And the Nike Oregon Track Club. Roland recently left the club and started his new role as a coach at Athletics Canada West Hub.
According to AIU, his suspension period will be decided at a later date.
Olympic medalist Nijel Amos stops due to doping
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