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FINA Doping Panel Decision – Hemra Nurmyradov (TKM)

On 3 December 2014 on the occasion of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Doha (QAT) the swimmer Hemra Nurmyradov (TKM) was tested positive to the following substances:

•    Nandrolone, Class S1.1A Exogenous Anabolic Agent;
•    17beta-hydroxymethyl, 17alpha-methyl-18-norandrost-1,4,13-triene-3-one, Class S1.1A Exogenous Anabolic Agent;
•    17-epistanozolol-N-glucuronide, Class S1.1A Exogenous Anabolic Agent (the Prohibited Substances).
 
In addition, the GC/C/IRMS result for Testosterone (T) and at least one of the Adiols (5a-Adiol and/or (5bAdiol) is consistent with exogenous origin. The GC/C/IRMS result for 5a-androstane-3a, 17b-diol (5a Adiol) and 5b-androstane–3a, 17b-diol (5b Adiol) is also consistent with exogenous origin.
 
The FINA Doping Panel decided according to the FINA DC Rule 10.2 to impose on the athlete a period of two (2) years’ ineligibility, starting on 3 December 2014 and ending at the conclusion of the 3 December 2016 for his first anti-doping rule violation.
 
Furthermore, the FINA Doping Panel decided that all results achieved by the athlete on or after 3 December 2014 shall be annulled together with the consequences thereof (forfeiture of medals/prizes, reimbursement of prize money).

 

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Nikola Radjen (SRB)

On 17 February 2015 and 15 April 2015 the water polo player Nikola Radjen (SRB) was tested positive to the substance Cocaine (Class S.6 Non-Specified Stimulants) on the occasion of the games of the FINA Water Polo World League.

The FINA Doping Panel decided according to the FINA DC Rule 10.2.1 to impose on the athlete a period of four (4) years’ ineligibility, starting on 7 May 2015 and ending at the conclusion of the 6 May 2019 for his first anti-doping rule violation.
Furthermore, the FINA Doping Panel decided that all results achieved by the athlete on or after 17 February 2015 shall be annulled together with the consequences thereof (forfeiture of medals/prizes, reimbursement of prize money).

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FINA Doping Panel Decision – Niksa Dobud (CRO)

On 21 March 2015, FINA tried to conduct an out-of-competition doping control test on the water polo player, Niksa Dobud (CRO). The circumstances of this unsuccessful attempt constituted a potential violation of the FINA DC Rule 2.3 – evading, refusing or failing to submit to sample collection.
 
Following further investigation and a hearing in this matter, the FINA Doping Panel decided according to the FINA DC Rule 10.3.1 to impose on the athlete a sanction of four (4) years’ period of ineligibility commencing on 13 April 2015 and ending at the conclusion of 12 April 2019 for his first anti-doping rule violation.

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Doping Offence - Shehab Mohamed Younis (EGY)

On November 26, 2014, the swimmer Shehab Mohamed Younis (EGY) was tested positive to the prohibited substances Androsterone, Eticholanolone, Testosterone and 5b-androstane-3a,17b-diol (Class S.1.1 Anabolic Androgenic Steroids) following an in-competition doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Swimming Competitions in Egypt.
 
The Egyptian NADO imposed a sanction of 2 years’ ineligibility on the athlete starting on February 18, 2015.

 

Doping Offence - Norhan Naser Salah (EGY)

On November 24, 2014, the swimmer Norhan Naser Salah (EGY) was tested positive to the prohibited substance Ephedrine (Class S.6 Specified Stimulant) following an in-competition doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Swimming Competitions in Egypt.
 
The Egyptian NADO imposed a sanction of 2 years’ ineligibility on the athlete starting on December 17, 2014.

 

Doping Offence - Jessica Favre (SUI)

On June 22, 2014, the diver Jessica Favre (SUI) was tested positive to the prohibited substance Tuaminoheptane (Class S.6 Specified Stimulants) following a doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Swiss Championships.
 
The Disciplinary Chamber for Doping Cases (DC) of Swiss Olympic imposed a sanction of 3 months’ ineligibility on the athlete starting on September 5, 2014, the date of her provisional suspension. The results obtained by the athlete during the Swiss Championships were annulled.

 

Doping Offence - Arseniy Gvozdeu (BLR)

On February 19, 2015, the swimmer Arseniy Gvozdeu (BLR) was tested positive to the prohibited substance Metandienone (Class S.1.1.a Exogenous Anabolic Androgenic Steroids) following an out-of-competition doping control test conducted in Minsk (BLR).
 
The Disciplinary Committee of the National Anti-Doping Agency of Belarus imposed a sanction of 4 years’ ineligibility on the athlete starting on April 28, 2015, the date of his provisional suspension.

 

Doping Offence - Alexander Varakin (KAZ)

On April 30, 2015, the swimmer Alexander Varakin (KAZ) was tested positive to the prohibited substance Hydrochlorothiazide (Class S.5 Diuretics and Masking Agents) following an in-competition doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Swimming Competitions in Temirtau (KAZ).
 
The Disciplinary Committee of the Kazakhstan National Anti-Doping Centre imposed a sanction of 2 years’ ineligibility on the athlete starting on June 26, 2015.

 

Provisional Suspension - Nikola Raden (SRB)

On February 17, 2015, the water polo player Nikola Raden (SRB) was tested positive to the substance Cocaine (Class S.6 Non-Specified Stimulants) with the occasion of the game Spain-Serbia of the FINA Water Polo World League held in Madrid (ESP).
 
Following the results management process and in accordance with the FINA DC Rule 7.9.1, the FINA Executive decided to impose a Provisional Suspension on the athlete until a hearing before the FINA Doping Panel can be made. The Provisional Suspension started on May 7, 2015.

 

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Tae Hwan Park (KOR)

On September 3, 2014 the swimmer Tae Hwan Park (KOR) was tested positive to the substance Testosterone (Class S.1.1.b Endogenous Anabolic Androgenic Steroids) with the occasion of an out-of-competition doping control test conducted by FINA.
 
The FINA Doping Panel decided according to the FINA DC Rule 10.5.2 to impose on the athlete a period of eighteen (18) months’ ineligibility, starting on September 3, 2014 and ending at the conclusion of the March 2, 2016 for his first anti-doping rule violation.
 
Furthermore, the FINA Doping Panel decided that all results achieved by the swimmer on or after September 3, 2014 shall be annulled together with the consequences thereof (forfeiture of medals/prizes, reimbursement of prize money).

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