Australia is in danger of being deprived of the Bronze Medal at the Olympics for the first time in history
Australia is in danger of being deprived of the Olympic HCV
Australia will be stripped of its 2012 Summer Olympics gold for the first time in history if former swimmer Brenton Rickard is convicted of using controlled drugs at today’s appeal (9-11).
The DPA News Agency (Germany) announced on the same day that the findings of the research study 8 years earlier revealed that Brenton Rickard was positive for diuretic furosemide. If the CAS agrees that the 37-year-old former swimmer has used the forbidden drug, the results of all Australian competitors in the 400m mixed relay swim will be cancelled. This means that for the first time in history, Australia will be stripped of its Bronze Medal at the Olympics.
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