Gymnast Dipa Karmakar confirmed resolution of her dispute with the international federation over a provisional suspension for a positive test for ingestion of a banned substance in October 2021 is settled. She said he will be back in action in July 2023, to the sports she love. Taking to social media, Dipa said she is going to "Return to the sport I love in July 2023."
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Bangladeshi Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan stated that a dope test will be required for university admission. On the occasion of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the minister stated during a news conference on June 26 that a law for the dope test is being drafted. "Medical tests, including a dope test, will be done at… read-more
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Indian freestyle wrestler Sumit Malik (125kg category) is likely to be fined Rs 16 lakh for a failed dope test taken during the Olympic qualifiers held in Bulgaria in May. With methylhexanamine found in his urine sample, Malik has already lost his place in the Tokyo Olympics. He has been suspended provisionally for six months, and faces the threat of a lifetime ban in case of being proven guilty.
Courtesy: The Times of India