Once-banned Australian swimmer Shayna Jack is entered in the Queensland Championships set to take place later this month.
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Animated Aussie coach Dean Boxall speaks to where he thinks once-banned Shayna Jack’s mindset is now that the sprint ace is cleared to compete.
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Although Aussie swimmer Shayna Jack’s 2-year ban was lifted as of July 12 of this year, she has been training under a black cloud due to a pending case.
The Campbell sisters, Meg Harris, and Emma McKeon have collected the nation’s second straight relay gold in world record fashion.
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.
Shayna Jack è tornata ad allenarsi dopo la sospensione di due anni ricevuta per essere risultata positiva ad un test antidoping
Read the latest concerning Australia’s Shayna Jack, the freestyle ace who is currently under suspension for having tested positive for a banned substance.
Support of banned Shayna Jack continues to grow, as another prominent figure has voiced his backing of the Australian sprint star.
USADA CEO Travis Tygart spoke recently to ABC News regarding his stance on the Shanya Jack (AUS) situation, one which resulted in her 2-year ban.
Jack ha recurrido a Instagram para pedir apoyo financiero en su lucha contra Sports Integrity Australia (SIA) y la Agencia Mundial Antidopaje (AMA).
Shayna Jack has taken to Instagram in order to ask her supporters for financial support in her fight against SIA and WADA.
Shayna Jack parla delle conseguenze delle accuse di doping e di quanto le sia costato il processo sia in termini economici che morali
La nadadora australiana, suspendida en 2019, podrá volver a competir en julio, pero no llegará a participar del Selectivo de su país para los Juegos Olímpicos