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    The Sanctions Thread

    http://www.iwf.net/2016/06/15/public-disclosures/

    The IWF reports that as a consequence of the IOC’s reanalyses of samples from the 2012 London Olympic Games, the samples of the following Athletes have returned Adverse Analytical Findings:

    AUKHADOV, Apti (RUS) – Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone, Drostanolone (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    KOSTOVA, Boyanka (AZE) – Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone, Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    PODOBEDOVA, Svetlana (KAZ) – Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    SAZANAVETS, Dzina (BLR) – Drostanolone, Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    SHKERMANKOVA, Maryna (BLR) – Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone, Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    KALINA, Yuliya (UKR) – Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    ZHARNASEK, Yauheni (BLR) – Dehydrochloromethytestosterone, Stanozolol, Oxandrolone (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    MANEZA, Maiya (KAZ) – Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    ILYIN, Ilya (KAZ) – Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone, Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)
    CHINSHANLO, Zulfiya (KAZ) – Oxandrolone, Stanozolol (S1.1 Anabolic agents)

    In line with the relevant rules and regulations, the IWF imposed mandatory provisional suspensions upon the Athletes, who remain provisionally suspended in view of potential anti-doping rule violations until their cases are closed.

    Following the IOC’s decisions, the IWF will be in a position to take over the results management of these cases.

    The IWF will report the current standing of the Beijing reanalytical cases as soon as possible.

    Should it be determined in any of the cases that no anti-doping violation was committed, the relevant decision shall also be published.

    The IWF will not make any further comments on the cases until they are closed.

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    Thank you for starting a new thread. There are many things to be addressed:

    1. What will happen to the records set by these athletes?
    2. What will happen to the results of competitions that these athletes participated in after the events in which they tested positive?
    3. What implications will this have on points/placement for Olympic spots in Rio?
    4. What impact does this have on IWF's standing with the IOC?
    5. If/when the samples of the new medalists will be announced
    6. Will USAW restructure their NCS matrix in accordance with these new updated totals?
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    Event results that took place after Beijing/London

    Ilya Ilyin:2010 Asian Games (Gold), 2011 World Championships (Gold), 2014 World Championships (Gold), 2015 IWF Grand Prix/Russian Presidents Cup (Gold).

    Apti: 2013 World Championships (Gold), 2013 World University Championships (Gold), 2013 European Championships (Gold)

    Kostova: 2014 World Championships (7th), 2015 European Championships (Gold), 2015 World Championships (Gold), 2016 European Championships (Gold)

    PODOBEDOVA: 2015 World Championships (Bronze), 2015 IWF Grand Prix/Russian Presidents Cup (Gold)

    SAZANAVETS: 2013 European Championships (Silver), 2013 World Championships (Bronze), 2014 European Championships (Gold), 2014 European Championships (4th), 2015 European Championships (Gold), 2015 World Championships (6th)

    KALINA: 2013 European Championships (5th), 2013 IWF Grand Prix (Bronze), 2014 European Championships (Bronze), 2014 World Championships (9th), 2015 European Championships (Gold), 2015 World Championships (4th).

    ZHARNASEK: 2013 World Championships (5th), 2013 IWF Grand Prix (Bronze), 2014 European Championships (Bronze), 2014 World Championships (9th), 2015 European Championships (Gold), 2015 World Championships (4th)

    MANEZA 2014 World Championships (8th), 2015 World Championships (9th)

    CHINSHANLO: 2014 Asian Games (Silver), 2014 World Championships (Gold)


    May have missed some, as I only looked from 2012 onward other than Ilya.
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    A little off topic. Anyone else read the WADA report on Russia....kinda hilarious the extent Russia go thru to skate around the system. So called witch hunt might be deserved.

    https://www.wada-ama.org/en/resource...ussian-testing

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    Also....regarding the London retest results, what does this tell us about the people who didn't get popped. China is squeaky clean? Or really good (scary good) anti-anti-doping program?

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    This bums me out. Definitely more bummed out than Klokov and Akkaev dropping out of London. Almost all stoke for Rio is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbasic View Post
    Also....regarding the London retest results, what does this tell us about the people who didn't get popped. China is squeaky clean? Or really good (scary good) anti-anti-doping program?
    The Chinese program is likely just not as dependent on PED use as are the programs of a lot of these other countries. Their success seems to be driven by their immense talent pool as opposed to blasting people full of drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonF View Post
    This bums me out. Definitely more bummed out than Klokov and Akkaev dropping out of London. Almost all stoke for Rio is gone.
    Opposite really. Can't wait to see what happens. The retroactive testing thing ain't even close to over. The remaining lifters/countries have to seriously reconsider their doping methods now, or drop them completely until they figure out thresholds, etc.

    Bet a bunch of no names medal this year obvs. Numbers will be way down , sure.

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    That Russia report is one of the best things I've ever read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdworldsquat View Post
    The Chinese program is likely just not as dependent on PED use as are the programs of a lot of these other countries. Their success seems to be driven by their immense talent pool as opposed to blasting people full of drugs.
    Yeah, they only manufacture the bulk of pharmaceutical ingredients for the world, they don't use them.......

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