Rani Yadav’s dope test ‘unfortunate’
The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) has termed Indian athlete Rani Yadav’s positive dope test for a banned steroid as “unfortunate.”other Updated: Oct 14, 2010 01:27 IST
The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) has termed Indian athlete Rani Yadav’s positive dope test for a banned steroid as “unfortunate.”
Yadav, who finished sixth in 1 hour, 42 minutes, 54 seconds in the 20km walk held on Oct 9, tested positive for prohibited anabolic agent 19-norandrosterone and the result was made official on Wednesday. “It is indeed very unfortunate that an Indian athlete has tested positive for the banned substance during the Commonwealth Games,” said NADA director-general Rahul Bhatnagart.
Scottish, Canadian cyclists triumph
Both Canada and Scotland claimed their first gold medals in the cycling event at the Greater Noida Expressway.
Scotland’s David Millar took the first position in 40 km time trial race while Canadian cyclist Tara Alice Whitten won the first cycling gold for her country.