Jarrod Poort Barred As 3rd Top Aussie Swimmer To Bust Whereabouts Doping Rules

Coach Ron McKeon with Jarrod Poort [Photo: Swimming Australia]

Australia has suffered yet another whereabouts anti-doping doping ban, this time imposed domestically on a top name in a move that shows intent to crack down on failings perceived far and wide as anything between sloppy and ‘intention to cheat’. The one-year ban on open water swimmer Jarrod Poort comes in the wake of a two-year ban on Thomas Fraser-Holmes, that case heading for appeal, and the pending case of Madeline Groves. The statement in full from Swimming Australia …

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Australia has suffered yet another whereabouts anti-doping doping ban, this time imposed domestically on a top name in a move that shows intent to crack down on failings perceived far and wide as anything between sloppy and ‘intention to cheat’. The one-year ban on open water swimmer Jarrod Poort comes in the wake of a two-year ban on Thomas Fraser-Holmes, that case heading for appeal, and the pending case of Madeline Groves. The statement in full from Swimming Australia …

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