The British 4x100m relay may be stripped of the silver medal he won at the Tokyo Olympics. One of its members, Chijindu Ujah, used prohibited substances.

Sample B confirmed initial assumptions about doping by Ujah, in which Ostarine and S-23 were found. The first is anabolic in nature and works similar to testosterone. Another one is an androgen receptor modulator and its properties are similar to anabolic steroids. However, the player himself believed that he acted purely. – I am not a fraud and have never intentionally taken a prohibited substance. I love my sport and know my responsibilities as a player and as a teammate. Olympic announce.

An official decision has yet to be awaited, despite speculation that Great Britain will be stripped of the Olympic medal. The case has been referred to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, where Auja’s last chance may be to provide justification as to why prohibited substances are present in his body.

In the event of failure, Canada will move to second place, and China will jump to the medal position.


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