Narsingh Yadav’s Dream Ends: With Sakshi Malik’s bronze and P.V. Sindhu crushing into the badminton finals. India appeared to be on a fantasy keep running at the Rio Olympics. When awful news struck early at the beginning of today.
Wrestler Narsingh Pancham Yadav, who had made it to the Olympics despite the underlying obstacle of a failed dope test, was slapped a four-year boycott by the specially appointed division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The suspension becomes effective instantly.
Yadav, who was to contend in the 74 kg class, had cleared his medical checks. Yet needed to come back to the Games Village. He will be flown back to India soon.
A month ago, Yadav had tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid. Following which he had alleged foul play. He said the whole occurrence was an endeavor to harm his profession. A FIR was likewise recorded taking into account Yadav’s grumbling and a lesser wrestler was blamed for blending drugs in his sustenance.
In an emotional turnaround, the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) later cleared Yadav of doping charges. Tolerating the damage hypothesis and giving him the advantage of uncertainty. Yadav’s supporters, saying, “We remembered that before, till June 2, none of his specimens were certain. It was unfathomable that one-time ingestion would be of advantage. Along these lines the board is of the perspective that the one-time ingestion was not deliberate.”
Narsingh Yadav’s Dream Ends