Olympic silver medallist CJ Ujah suspended for alleged anti-doping breach
Ujah, 27, was part of the British quartet alongside Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty, and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake who were beaten on the finish line by Italy.
The AIU team announced on Thursday that after the closing of the Games, the doping control laboratory in Tokyo also told the foreign testing institute ‘negative test results from testing during the Olympics.
Ujah was found to have the presence/use of ostarine and S-23 of the banned substance, which are selective androgen receptor modulators (SARM) and contribute to overall health.
If a lawsuit is filed against Ujah, he will be able to lose his silver relay medal along with other British members.
Also, British athletes, 1500m Bahrain runner Sadik Mikhou, Georgia runner Benik Abramyan, and Kenyan runner Mark Otieno Odhiambo have also been suspended for a while after a bad test, the AIU announced.
A statement from the AIU read: “The AIU is currently awaiting the closure of the ITA process against the athletes above, which will determine whether anti-drug violations have been committed and any consequences (if any) should arise. put in place in connection with the Olympic Games.
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“Any outcome beyond the Olympic Games which will be imposed on athletes under the International Olympic Committee will be decided after the ITA process is completed.