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Russian Model Skating Athlete Kamila Valieva Facing a Legal Case after Being Found to have used a banned Substance..

Russian Model Skating Athlete Kamila Valieva Facing a Legal Case after Being Found to have used a banned Substance..

Russian Model Skating Athlete Kamila Valieva Facing a Legal Case after Being Found to have used a banned Substance..

Russia's figure skater Kamila Valieva is battling for the courts after she was accused of taking the banned drug at an European championship. Russian Federation has said that it would contest the ruling, saying it's unfair. A few days before the Games, the athlete took trimetazidine (a medication for heart-related chest pain). However, the ruling imposed on the CAS was such that the ceremony for medals was delayed until after the investigation had been completed.

On Monday on Monday, the Russian anti-doping organisation received a astonishing positive result of an x-ray test. Valieva was then removed from the agency , and was allowed to take part in the Beijing Olympics. This suspension lifted Wednesday. The ROC says that Valieva can compete at Beijing. Beijing Winter Games, despite her suspension. The ITA confirmed the news in December, that Valieva had failed the drug test. The positive test was reported by the Swedish laboratory after about six weeks.

The CAS has cited the work done by the International Olympic Committee's "Entourage Commission" when justifying suspension, saying it's an example of their responsibility to the athletes as well as their entourages. In the past few years, the IOC was aware of the importance of their social circle, which is why they had established a specific committee for that purpose. The CAS has been awed by the efforts by this committee. It has helped the IOC recognize that its athletes need to take an active part in the protection of its athletes.

As an individual, Valieva would compete for gold on Tuesday but her team was eliminated from the competition. On Monday, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will make a decision. If she's bannedby the court, her career may be in danger. It could stop her from making the next move in her professional career. The ban could also impact the team's gold medal. The athlete will have a difficult time to be competitive in future contests.

Valieva was the winner of the European Championship In Estonia in October of this year, was later confirmed to be taking a banned heart medication during the competition. The test was positive prior to the European competition, so the athlete has not been cleared as of yet. The event took place in Finland and Estonia The athlete is scheduled to participate in the team event on Tuesday. At the time of the event, she was thrown down by a triple axel, but landed two other moves.

In the words of the World Anti-Doping Agency, Valieva was found to have taken an illegal heart medication in the month of December. She recovered quickly and was awarded the gold medal to Team Russia on the Monday. The athlete will take part in an individual contest. While practicing when she was injured, she fell onto a triple axel, but was able to get two combos that impressed the judge. She was branded a fraud. The money she won will be put at risk should she be not able to play.

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