Shakul Samed, a boxer from Ghana, violated anti-doping regulations for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, according to the Commonwealth Games Federation Anti-Doping and Medical Commission.
Samed has the terrible distinction of being the first competitor at these Games to test positive for doping.
A banned drug (the diuretic and masking agent furosemide) was discovered in His Sample ‘A’. As a result, he has been suspended without delay. He has been informed, as has the Ghana Commonwealth Games Association.
He will now have the chance to offer more details, such as asking for his B sample’s analysis, before any charges are brought against him.
Shakul was scheduled to compete in the Light Heavyweight division against Mauritius’ Jean Luc Rosalba, but he has since been suspended for doping suspicions.
The Commonwealth Games Federation claims in a statement to have “a zero tolerance policy to doping in sport,” and they further state that they “seek to maintain the integrity of the Commonwealth Games by running a comprehensive anti-doping program that focuses equally on education, prevention, and testing.”
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