CJ Ujah: British Olympic 4x100m relay silver medallist’s ‘B’ pattern constructive

The British 4x100m group narrowly missed out on gold in Tokyo and at the moment are set to lose their silver medals

British sprinter CJ Ujah’s ‘B’ pattern has examined constructive, confirming the results of his preliminary check from the Tokyo Olympics.

Ujah, 27, was a part of the British males’s 4x100m relay group which received silver on the rearranged 2020 Olympics.

They are going to now virtually actually lose these medals.

Ujah was provisionally suspended when a check taken on the Video games – his ‘A’ pattern – examined constructive for banned substances Ostarine and S-23.

Athletes have the precise to request {that a} back-up pattern, taken similtaneously the A-sample, be examined to verify the preliminary consequence.

Ostarine is listed as an anabolic agent – banned always – within the World Anti-Doping Company’s (Wada) checklist of prohibited substances.

The UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) web site mentioned it has “related results to testosterone”.

S23 is a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (Sarm), which, in keeping with the USA Anti-Doping Company (Usada) has “related anabolic properties to anabolic steroids”.

The Worldwide Testing Company mentioned the case has now been referred to the Court docket of Arbitration for Sport Anti-Doping Division, which can rule on whether or not the British relay group – additionally together with Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake – ought to be disqualified.

Olympic and World Athletics’ guidelines state “the place the athlete who has dedicated an Anti-Doping Rule Violation competed as a member of a relay group, the relay group shall be mechanically disqualified from the occasion in query… together with the forfeiture of all titles, awards, medals, factors and prize and look cash”.

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