B-sample

Related to B-sample: 1099 B Form

B-sample

n
(General Sporting Terms) a urine or blood sample used in doping tests in professional sports to confirm or invalidate the presence of banned substances in the first sample, the A-sample. See also A-sample
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Alexander Krushelnitsky, who won a mixed curling bronze medal last week, is suspected of testing positive for meldonium, a banned substance that increases blood flow and improves exercise capacity - a result that will be confirmed when the results of his B-sample are known.
The athlete, he said was given the opportunity to state whether she wanted to exercise her right to have the B-sample test.
Reports emerged last night from Rio that O'Reilly would appeal the ban, having asked for his B-sample not to be opened.
Although his relay team mates are not accused of doping, it is possible that the IOC could strip them of their gold medals if Carter's B-sample tests positive.
The ROC said it would not name the athletes until the results of their B-sample tests and following the start of official disciplinary proceedings.
Sakho has until Tuesday to respond to UEFA's charge, and is almost certain to request that his B-sample be tested.
Norza Zakaria, deputy president of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM), told a press conference that a player had been temporarily suspended after his B-sample tested positive for the banned anti-inflammatory dexamethasone.
Shri Maheshwari did not request for an analysis of his B-sample.
Fagan confessed immediately and requested no B-sample test, claiming that he was suffering depression when he took the drugs, due to injuries and immense financial pressures.
Stoyanov has denied knowingly taken the substance and has been backed by club officials, who plan to send a representative to the B-sample tests in Athens.
The defender, who earns 120,000 pounds a week, is now likely to request a B-sample is also tested and will be praying it puts him in the clear.
The rider, one of five to have won the three big Tours (France, Italy and Spain) and whose B-sample analysis confirmed the result of the first test, has threatened to quit the sport if he is banned.