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Canada Set To Resume Anti-Doping Test

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is set to resume anti-doping tests with supplemental safety measures on July 13. As athletes and sports return to training and provincial health restrictions are lifted, CCES has developed supplemental doping control procedures to allow the resumption of urine sample collection under the Canadian Anti-Doping Program. All […]

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Canadian Quarter-miler Got A Reduced Doping Sentence After Canadian Ethics Intervention

Port Hope born Canadian Quarter-miler, Graeme Thompson has gotten his sentence reduced by two years after tested positive for clenbuterol and tamoxifen in an in-competition test in July. An 85th World ranked 400m, Thompson was suspended for two years after the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) ruled he had ingested banned substances unintentionally. […]