Usain Bolt & Jamaican Relay Team Stripped Off Gold Medal After Teammate Nesta Carter Failed Drug Test

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January 26, 2017 – Usain Bolt & 2008 Jamaican Relay Team Stripped Off Gold Medal After Teammate Nesta Carter Failed Drug Test

Nesta Carter has put World’s fastest man and his fellow 100m relay teammates in trouble after testing positive for methylhexaneamine drug.

31-year-old Carter was part of the 4x100m that represented Jamaica at the 2008 Olympics.

A re-analysis result revealed that Carter used the banned substance, an offence that violated IOC Anti Doping Rules.

Here is a statement released by the disciplinary commission:

4 thoughts on “Usain Bolt & Jamaican Relay Team Stripped Off Gold Medal After Teammate Nesta Carter Failed Drug Test

  1. The anti doping agency is just like Interpol. You never know when and how you are going to be caught but they will eventually catch you if you are on drugs. You may think that you got away with medals but it won’t take long before you will be stripped of that Medal once you get tested.

    Trust me, they have been monitoring that guy Hussain and even went to his school to ask about his performance. What this agency is trying to do is to clean Olympic Sport of drug. If you are up to task you can receive medal legitimately not by cheating on others. Unlike before when they test Athletes of cocaine or heroine. They have extended the drug testing to other drugs which enhance the performance of Athletes. That is why they made it known to the public that the Olympians are tested for performance enhancing drugs not necessarily cocaine or heroine.

    I would like to see Nigeria clean up of corruption using the same method.

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