Park Tae-hwan Takes His Case To CAS; Korea Stands Firm But Will Meet Swimmer May 25

Park Tae-hwan as he appeared in the Asian media begging the KOC to select him for Rio 2016 - ragout The Malaysia Star

Park Tae-hwan*, having served what under the 2015 WADA Code can only be seen as a lenient 18-month suspension after a doping positive for testosterone in 2014, has asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport to “mediate” with the Korean Olympic Committee refusing to allow him to race at the Rio Olympic Games.

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Park Tae-hwan*, having served what under the 2015 WADA Code can only be seen as a lenient 18-month suspension after a doping positive for testosterone in 2014, has asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport to “mediate” with the Korean Olympic Committee refusing to allow him to race at the Rio Olympic Games.

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