Main 800m runner Nelly Jepkosgei handed three-year ban for faking automotive accident to flee drug check
The Athletics Integrity Unit ruling stated Jepkosgei admitted the deception after the Kenyan anti-doping company investigated her claims.
Monaco: Nelly Jepkosgei, a number one runner within the 800 meters, has been banned for 3 years for faking a automotive accident to present her an excuse for lacking a drug check.
The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU), which oversees doping and misconduct circumstances, stated in its ruling that Jepkosgei claimed her sister had been hospitalised after a “severe automotive accident” in Kenya and she or he had rushed to see her.
That was Jepkosgei’s clarification for why she hadn’t been at house when doping testers visited on 18 March, 2020, at a time when the previous Diamond League race winner had listed herself as accessible.
The AIU ruling stated Jepkosgei admitted the deception after the Kenyan anti-doping company investigated her claims.
Police advised anti-doping employees that they had no report of the crash and the hospital confirmed a doc introduced by Jepkosgei was “cast,” the AIU stated. Her admission earned her one 12 months off the usual four-year sanction for a cost of “tampering” with the anti-doping course of.
Jepkosgei hasn’t competed since 2019, when she received the 800 within the Rabat and Lausanne rounds of the Diamond League.
Jepkosgei is within the means of switching allegiance from Kenya to Bahrain. She was resulting from be cleared to signify her new nation in August.
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