Olympic 110-metre hurdles bronze medalist Ronald Levy now faces four-year ban
The Olympic 110-metre hurdles bronze medallist Ronald Levy now faces the possibility of a four-year ban after his b sample returned positive for two banned substances.
This now confirms the finding in levy’s a sample by the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) from an out of competition test last month, in Canada.
It is understood that gw501516-sulfoxide and gw501516-sulfone, are the substances found in levy’s sample.
The 2018 Commonwealth Gold medallits had earlier this month confirmed being notified of the adverse analytical finding and vowed to defend his integrity,.
A four-year ban would rule the 31-year-old out of next year’s Paris Olympics, as well as the next two World Athletics Championships editions in 2025 and in 2027 .