Glaesner Banned; 400m Ws/c Bronze To Stanley

Mads Glaesner has been suspended for three months after returning a positive test at the FINA World Short Course Championships in Istanbul last December. He tested positive for Levmetamfetamine after the 400m freestyle final in which he finished third. He will lost the bronze medal as a result. He will keep the 1500m free gold medal because the post-race test on that occasion was unproblematic. The 400m bronze now passed to New Zealand’s Matthew Stanley

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Mads Glaesner has been suspended for three months after returning a positive test at the FINA World Short Course Championships in Istanbul last December. He tested positive for Levmetamfetamine after the 400m freestyle final in which he finished third. He will lost the bronze medal as a result. He will keep the 1500m free gold medal because the post-race test on that occasion was unproblematic. The 400m bronze now passed to New Zealand’s Matthew Stanley

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