The Norwegian anti-doping Agency requires disqualification skier Johaug

Норвежское антидопинговое агентство требует дисквалификации лыжницы Йохауг

The Norwegian anti-doping Agency requires the national Olympic Committee to disqualify the country for 14 months, the Olympic champion in ski race Therese Johaug, reported on the official website of the Agency.

Johaug was previously temporarily disqualified two months after her doping test gave a positive result for a prohibited substance clostebol. A doping sample athletes B also gave a positive result. She however stated that the substance got into her body through a protective lip balm. The period of temporary disqualification Johaug expires on 18 December.

The Committee of the Norwegian anti-doping Agency demands to disqualify a skier for 14 months starting from October 18, 2016. Within a few days the organization will send a formal request for consideration of the case to the judicial Committee of the NOC of Norway, who must decide the fate of skier.

Johaug is the champion of Olympic games-2010 in Vancouver in the relay 4 × 5 km, seven-time world champion and two-time winner of the world Cup.

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