Indian shot putter Inderjeet Singh fails doping test
MUMBAI: Indian shot putter Inderjeet Singh said on Tuesday he has been informed by the national hostile to doping organization (NADA) that he has given back a positive test for banned substances in his An example.
Inderjeet, who won the gold award at the Asian Athletics Championships in 2015, told neighborhood TV he had been educated of the fizzled test late on Monday and that all his prior tests had been negative.
The shot putter, who won a bronze in the 2014 Asian Games, is the second Rio-bound competitor from the nation to fall flat a doping test after wrestler Narsingh Yadav tried positive a week ago for a banned steroid.
Yadav has asserted his supplements and water had been ‘subverted’.
Inderjeet likewise charged treachery was behind the positive test and said he was being rebuffed for his straightforward nature.
“My example has been messed around with,” he told NDTV.
“This will be checked by the specialists however. I would prefer not to remark on it however whoever has attempted to bring their voice up in this nation, they are compelled to quiets down.”
The positive test is the most recent difficulty for Inderjeet, whose endeavors to have his mentor incorporated into the assignment for Rio have been rebuked by the nation’s sports alliance because of the predetermined number of spots accessible under the standard.
Navin Agarwal, the executive general of NADA, told Reuters a competitor’s An example had tried positive.
“The competitor has been told and given the privilege to get his B Sample tried,” he said, without distinguishing the competitor.