At the Tokyo Olympic Games in August, Asian flying man Su Bingtian ran well in the 100 meter race and 4x100 relay race, but didn't get a medal. Now the situation has changed. The British sprinter ujia's B bottle urine sample is positive, which means that the British silver medal may be cancelled, and Su Bingtian is expected to make up a bronze medal.
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The international doping control agency (ITA) said that the relevant samples were collected after the athlete participated in the men's 4x100m final of the Tokyo Olympic Games on August 6.
Two days later, the laboratory reported the results. However, according to the rules, CJ ujah has the right to require bottle B to be tested.
Now the results of bottle B have also come out. The international testing agency announced on its official website that the urine test results of bottle B of British sprinter uja are the same as those of bottle a.
This means that the doping test samples in uja are determined to contain prohibited ingredients,
The international testing agency pointed out in the announcement that according to the requirements of athletes, the Tokyo laboratory certified by the World Anti Doping Agency tested the urine sample of bottle B in uja on August 19, and the test results were consistent with those of bottle a, which showed that the samples of athletes contained two prohibited substances.
On September 8, the international testing agency referred the incident to the Anti Doping Department of the international sports arbitration court, which will decide whether uja constitutes a doping violation and whether the British team will be cancelled the silver medal in the sprint relay of the Tokyo Olympic Games.