Sprinteren Michelle-Lee Ahye, who was number six in both the 100 and 200 meters race at the olympic games in Rio in 2016, do not get a chance to improve the results by the summer OLYMPICS in Tokyo.
Sprinteren from Trinidad and Tobago has been banned from his sport for two years.
It confirms Atletikkens Integritetsenhed (AIU) on Twitter according to the international news agency AFP.
Exclusion due to the mess with Michelle-Lee Ahyes so-called whereabouts.
The 27-year-old sprinter, who also was sixth at the WORLD championships in 2017, are excluded until april 2021.
Ahye was suspended from competitions, the 30. august of last year. The exclusion led to, that she missed the WORLD championships in Doha.
As a result of Tuesday's AIU-order all Ahyes results in the period 19. april to 30. august last year erased.
Topidrætsudøvere is obliged to inform the anti-dopingmyndigheder on where they are located, so they can undergo a drug test.
If a practitioner abandons the wrong locations three times in the course of a year, or is absent from the test, it will be considered as a breach of anti-doping rules.
Breach of the rules can lead to an exclusion of two years.
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