On Monday, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) released a statement confirming that three prominent Kenyan runners have each received two-year bans for violating anti-doping rules. The AIU’s decision to impose doping sanctions sends a strong message that it is taking athletes’ doping cases seriously and will not hesitate to take action against those who breach its regulations. Read on to find out more about this case and the implications of the AIU’s decision.
To name a few things, it struck the Sprinter Mark Orient, which had actually been checked favorably for the compound methyldrostanolone in the run-up to the 100-meter perform at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
As the independent Integrity Commission AIU announced the Was Michtathletics Association WA, the 29-year-old is now condemned to look for the next 2 years.
In addition, the marathon runners Alice Jepkemboi Samurai and Johnstone Tibet Mayo, which also started for Kenya, were taken out of circulation for 3 years each.
Samurai, who had won the postage marathon in November, had actually been positively tested for the male sex hormone testosterone, Mayo on EPO.
In Kenya, many doping offenses have been piling up this year for many years.
The Council of the World Association WA had recently been targeting a possible worldwide lock of the Africans.