banned substance


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banned substance

[ˌbændˈsʌbstəns] N (Sport) → sustancia f prohibida
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Torri Edwards was triumphant in her return to outdoor track and field after a two-year suspension for using a banned substance.
The athlete was represented by Michael Berloff QC, the man who defended Alain Baxter when the Scottish skier tested positive at the 2002 Winter Olympics after using a nasal spray, bought over the counter at a chemists, which contained a banned substance.
The 33-year-old decided to admit that he once again tested positive for a banned substance and that his riding career is under threat.
They confessed that they had built their bodies with weightlifting -- a banned substance (by their coaches).
COVENTRY forward John Griffiths has been given a severe caution by the Rugby Football Union after testing positive for the banned substance ephedrine.
The suspects were trying to smuggle the banned substance through the coast to deliver it to a man who ordered it.
The report further said that traces of a banned substance were found in a sample from the player provided after a 2014 World Cup qualifying match between Jamaica and Honduras on June 11, adding that the player and an official have both been handed the 30-day suspension.
Banned substance screening to certify the product is free of prohibited substances on the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) list, NFL, MLB, and NCAA prohibited-substances lists.
The 19-year-old has been banned by the FA for six months - backdated to April - after the positive test in February, although he continues to insist he did not knowingly take any banned substance.
I am sure you will ask how I tested positive for a banned substance,'' Palmeiro said in his statement.
While it is not a banned substance, ephedrine is forbidden by the International Olympic Committee because, if taken in large enough amounts, it can act as a stimulant.
London, July 19 ( ANI ): Olympic discus thrower Traves Smikle has revealed a positive drug test, becoming the fourth Jamaican athlete exposed to be doping, although he denied that he did not knowingly ingested a banned substance.