Canadian Swimmer’s Penalty Reduced To 2 Years As CAS Criticises FINA & Testing Agents

William Brothers, the Canadian distance swimmer, has had a four-year penalty handed down of refusal to submit to an out-of-competition anti-doping test reduced to two years on appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. In its ruling, CAS states that Brothers was at “no significant fault”, that the FINA Panel that judged the case had ignores…

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William Brothers, the Canadian distance swimmer, has had a four-year penalty handed down of refusal to submit to an out-of-competition anti-doping test reduced to two years on appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. In its ruling, CAS states that Brothers was at “no significant fault”, that the FINA Panel that judged the case had ignores… […]

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