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Under-15 wrestler flunks dope Evaluation: NADA

Last updated on September 13, 2019

An under-15 wrestler has tested positive for a prohibited substance in a nationwide contest, according to the nation’s anti-doping watchdog NADA.

The National Anti-Doping Agency, in its most recent record for the month of August, didn’t provide the name of the wrestler in addition to sex as he or she’s a minor although it said U-15 National Wrestling Contest as case of sample group.

The small wrestler’s provisional suspension starts from August 29.

The most recent dope flunk of a small comes only seven weeks after 16-year-old tennis player Aryaan Bhatia returned positive for a banned material (prednisone). He was let off with a reprimand in June from the NADA’s Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel.

In possibly the initial dope positive result in the country sports match, the NADA stated four fields and track athletes have been caught for doping at Maharashtra.

As many as 13 bodybuilders additionally returned positive and they’ve been handed provisional suspension, largely in the sample collected during the 67th All India Police Wrestling Cluster Championship.

The NADA stated 371 dope evaluations, such as 8 blood tests, were completed in August but the majority of them fell following the suspension of National Dope Testing Laboratory on August 23.