Pakistani wrestler stripped off CWG bronze after positive drug test
Pakistani wrestler Ali Asad, who won a bronze medal for the country in the 57kg category at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games, was stripped of his medal after he tested positive for drugs.
Ali had. Prominent New Zealand’s Suraj Singh added another medal to Pakistan’s already two medals in 55 seconds at the CWG wrestling event in Birmingham in August. silver And two bronze.
However, it was revealed that the wrestler used banned performance enhancing drugs.
The athlete was tested for banned performance-enhancing drugs before leaving Pakistan. CWGwhich came back positive, it emerged on Thursday.
Although he was part of the group of nine medalists who received their cash incentives during a function held at PM House recently, their money has been withheld by the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB).
The same was the case with the drug test conducted during the CWG. However, Ali requested a B sample test but it also came back positive.
“I have never knowingly used performance-enhancing drugs. I am surprised how I have been tested positive. I would love to go for a B-sample test,” he said. News Ali Asad said when asked about his preliminary test results.
Ali will now be given the opportunity to appear before the inquiry committee to defend himself, but faces a four-year ban for the breach.