Track and field star escaped from drug test and was banned for 4 years, will miss the Tokyo Olympics and two World Championships

Track and field star escaped from drug test and was banned for 4 years, will miss the Tokyo Olympics and two World Championships
Athletics star Taplin was suspended for four years.Figure / social media Lausanne, Switzerland May 19 local time, the International Sports Arbitration Court announced that it rejected the Grenada track and field star Taplin’s appeal.Due to evading doping control in April 2019, Taplin will be suspended for 4 years, and the suspension date ends in September 2023.Unsurprisingly, 28-year-old Taprin will miss the Tokyo Olympics and two World Championships in track and field.According to the information announced by the International Sports Tribunal, on April 13, 2019, Taplin won the men ‘s 400m competition in the Grenada Track and Field Invitational. After the game, he was interviewed by the media. The stimulant inspector once notified him of the drug test.He left the stadium directly and left Grenada the next day.On August 20, 2019, the Caribbean Anti-Doping Organization brought charges against Taplin, questioned its random evasion of doping control, and made a decision that year to ban Taplin for 4 years.Due to dissatisfaction with the violation of the ban, Taplin appealed to the International Sports Arbitration Tribunal, noting that he had not received a notice from the drug test at that time, and demanded that the International Sports Arbitration Tribunal resume his eligibility.Taplin’s appeal was dismissed.Figure / Social Media At the end of February 2020, the appeal brought by Taplin, the International Sports Arbitration Tribunal invited legal counsel, Grenada Olympic Committee related personnel, witnesses, etc., to antique a special hearing.The arbitrator believes that the evidence provided by the athletes is not persuasive. Taplin is indeed escaping the doping test and finally identifies the effectiveness of the Caribbean anti-doping organization. Taplin ‘s suspension date is officially from September 25, 2019It started until September 2023.Grenada is an island country in the Caribbean, with a population of only about 110,000, but it has become one of the world ‘s athletic powers in the past 10 years.At the 2012 London Olympics, Killarney James won the men ‘s 400m gold medal, which was also the country ‘s first Olympic medal.Like the former, Taplin is also one of the representative athletes of the Grenada men’s sprint and relay event.Born in 1992, Taplin became famous in the NCAA and won the National Championship. After starting to compete in the World Series, he gradually became the top men’s 400m player.In the 2016 400-meter final of the Rio Olympic Games, in the classic game where South African athlete Fanny Keke broke the world record, Taplin was one of the eight finalists. He won the seventh place with 44 seconds and 45 seconds.Next year’s Tokyo Olympics, Grenada originally hoped to make breakthroughs in the men’s 400m, 4x400m finals and other events. Taplin was suspended for four years. In fact, the country’s track and field sports are not a small blow.By the time Taplin returns in 2023, he will be 31 years old and the state of competition will be unknown.Sauna, Ye Wang Xu Bangyin editor Han Shuangming proofread Zhao Lin