dispute after she was found to have taken a banned substance

dispute after she was found to have taken a banned substance


Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva is facing a legal dispute after she was found to have taken a banned substance

Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva is facing the courts after being admitted to having taken drugs that are banned at a European competition. Russian Federation has said it will contest the ruling, contending it's unfair. The athlete had taken trimetazidine the drug that is used for chest pain due to heart only a few days prior to the Games. The CAS's decision was so harsh that the medal ceremony needed to be delayed until further examination was conducted.

The Russian anti-doping body has received the positive results of a test on Monday, which was shocking to the entire world. The agency subsequently suspended Valieva after she was cleared to participate at the Beijing Olympics. On Wednesday, the suspension was removed. In spite of the ban, Valieva was allowed to keep competing in Beijing. Beijing Winter Games. The ITA confirmed in December that Valieva failed an alcohol test. It took 6 weeks for the Swedish lab to report that the test was positive.

To justify their suspension, the CAS referenced the work of the IOC's Entourage Commission. They said that it is an illustration of how they're responsible to their athletes as well as their families. The IOC acknowledged the significance of their entourage years ago and set up a committee specifically to accomplish this. This committee's work has been praised by the CAS. The CAS has also made the IOC recognize that its athletes need to take an active involvement in the safety of its athletes.

For her part, Valieva would compete for the gold medal on Tuesday, however her team would not be able to progress from the competition. In the end, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will decide regarding the issue next Monday. The future of the athlete is in danger if prohibited from participating. She could be prevented from taking next steps to further her career. The ban could also impact the team's gold medal. She will find it difficult to perform in the future.

Valieva was the winner of the European Championship In Estonia in October, later was found to have been taking an illegal heart medication during the competition. This test result was found to be positive before the European competition, so Valieva hasn't been cleared as of yet. It will be a team event in Finland and Estonia. In the course of competition, she hit a triple axel while landing two other actions.

The World Anti-Doping Agency has determined that Valieva has taken an illegal heart drug during December. Her recovery was quick and she received the gold medal to Team Russia on the Monday. However, Valieva will take part in an individual race. During practice she fell off an axel that was tripled, and was able to get two combos , which impressed experts. Her image was damaged. Her winnings will also be in jeopardy if she is exempted.

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