While the superstar Alberto Contador in 2010 only achieved ridicule by asserting themselves contaminated with doping through a steak, it succeeded in an american amatørrytter to get rid of the quarantine by means of the very same explanation.
Carl Grove, called the rider, which in July set a world record in the sprint for the 90-94-year-old riders. 90-year-old Grove delivered the day before the race a pure dopingprøve, but when the inspectors returned and asked for another urine sample, when he had conquered the world record, dropped the hammer.
the Sample was positive for the forbidden epitrenbolon, write the u.s. anti-doping agency USADA on its website. Epitrenbolon belongs to the group of anabolic steroids.
Grove pleaded innocent and explained to the athlete that he the evening before the race had eaten bøfkød, which could possibly explain the positive test. USADA's investigation showed that it was 'more likely than not likely' that the illegal drug came from the Groves dinner.
During the investigation, it came forth, writes the USADA, that Grove had used dietary supplements, which proved to contain traces of the banned substance clomiphene. It is a remedy that is used in the fertility treatment of women.
Since the substance was not declared on the respective supplements, were Grove is not liable to punishment in the part of the case.
As every rider at any time is responsible for whatever might be found in his body, release the Grove is not untarnished out of the dopingsagen. He has got a warning and lost his world record.
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