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Kamalpreet Kaur, who finished sixth in Tokyo Olympics, has been suspended by WADA. This step has been taken regarding him on suspicion of doping.
Tokyo last year (Tokyo) India did not win any medal in discus throw in the Olympic Games held in 2012, but Kamalpreet Kaur, a female athlete associated with this sport (Kamalpreet Kaur) had established its own identity. Kamalpreet Kaur, who finished sixth in Tokyo Olympics, now gets WADA (WADA) has suspended. This step has been taken regarding him on suspicion of doping. Kamalpreet Kaur’s suspension means that she will not be able to participate in any athletic event at the moment. Kamalpreet Kaur’s best performance has been to finish her journey in the Tokyo Olympic Games in sixth place.
Earlier it was reported in media reports that his sample was tested by the Athletics Integrity Unit, an independent body set up by World Athletics. It was being said that this athlete had participated in the Tokyo Olympics. The date of the test and the nature of the banned substance found in the athlete’s sample are not known.
Questions were being raised on Kamalpreet’s performance
Provisional suspension means that a player or athlete remains banned until a trial is conducted under the Anti-Doping Rules of World Athletics. Till then he cannot participate in any tournament or league. 26-year-old Kamalpreet has been sent a notice to Kamalpreet by AIU, an independent body of World Athletics. It is not yet clear when this test of Kamalpreet was done. Although it is certain that World Athletics was part of the testing pool. Kamalpreet had suddenly improved his game a lot last year, after which people started getting suspicious. However, then she did not believe that she had been found positive in doping.
Kamalpreet Kaur has many records in her name
Kamalpreet Kaur is a resident of Badal village in Sri Muktsar Sahib district of Punjab. In the year 2019, she finished fifth in the Asian Athletics Championships held in Doha. She crossed the 65m hurdle in discus throw and became the first Indian woman to do so. He won the gold medal in the 2019 season by throwing 60.25 meters discus. She became the under-18 and under-20 national champion in 2016. Everyone was very happy with his performance in the Olympics, but now this news has increased the problems again.
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