Australia’s Shayna Jack is back in the water but it may be short-lived depending on what happens at her appeal hearings next month.
Read the latest concerning Australia’s Shayna Jack, the freestyle ace who is currently under suspension for having tested positive for a banned substance.
There’s another development in the doping case involving sprinter Shayna Jack, as Sport Integrity Australia has taken on the 22-year-old’s case.
Shayna Jack received a 2-year suspension from CAS earlier this month. Here what she the Aussie to say about her situation.
In March of this year, Australian swimmer Shayna Jack was handed a 4-year ban by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA).
El olímpico japonés de 32 años, Junya Koga, cumplió una sanción de 2 años después de haber dado positivo por Ligandrol en marzo de 2018.
Japanese national record holder Junya Koga is set to compete at the end of the month, his first races in nearly 2 1/2 years.
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.
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.
Aussie Shayna Jack maintains her innocence regarding a positive doping test, saying she may have come into contact with Ligandrol via another person.
It’s been almost two months since Aussie sprint star Shayna Jack revealed her positive test for banned substance Ligandrol.
Although his suspension will not be lifted in enough time to race in Tokyo next year at the Olympics, Junya Koga will not be retiring.