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As we await the outcome of the Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing date for Aussie sprinter Shayna Jack, she notified police of alleged extortion threats.
Il CAS ha fissato per novembre l’udienza per il ricorso RUSADA nei confronti di WADA in merito alle pesanti sanzioni imposte lo scorso anno
Caso Shayna Jack: L’udienza di appello avverso la sospensione di 4 anni davanti al CAS è stata fissata, ma le parti hanno chiesto che rimanga segreta
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has a date for her CAS hearing; however, the CAS says that at the request of the parties, that date will be kept a secret.
“Today I received further notice in relation to my hearing at CAS,” says 21-year-old Aussie sprinter Shayna Jack, who is serving a 4-year suspension.
Junya Koga has said he is facing the challenge head-on, capitalizing on the extra time he, and other athletes in his scenario, have been gifted.
“This whole journey is coming to an end,” is how coach Dean Boxall views the positive doping test journey of his protege, Shayna Jack.
On March 17th, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) announced it would not hear any cases in-person until at least May 1st.
Shayna Jack is still trying to prove her innocence, with her legal team devising a strategy that looks at the pre-World Championships camp conductors.
Delayed CAS decisions could affect swimming in multiple ways, including a decision on Australian Shayna Jack’s fate and that of RUSADA.
Sun Yang’s longtime Aussie Coach Denis Cotterell says he does not support his now-former swimmer’s intention to appeal his 8-year ban.
Three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang has been handed an eight-year period of ineligibility over an out-of-competition doping test gone awry.
The year-long public saga regarding an anti-doping test that went awry in September 2018 for Chinese star Sun Yang might not be over yet.
Seitens des DSV (Deutscher Schwimmverband) äußerten sich Bundestrainer Bernd Berkhahn und Leistungssportdirektor Thomas Kurschilgen zu dem Urteil des Internationalen Sportgerichtshofes…