Put testosterone granules into the buttocks, Sun Yangs enemy is banned and announced to be retired

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 Put testosterone granules into the buttocks, Sun Yangs enemy is banned and announced to be retired


Dwyers ban will come into effect on December 21, which means he will be absent from next years Tokyo Olympics completely.

It is reported that Dwyer implanted testosterone granules into skin tissue near the buttocks at the instigation of a dietitian. One of Dwyers doctors also claimed that the treatment was permitted by the U.S. Olympic Committee.

Travis Tygart, chairman of the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), said, Its a pity that Mr. Dwyer didnt pay attention to the dynamics of the agency. He also hopes that other athletes can take precautions and compete fairly and healthily in the future.

In fact, the 20-month ban has been the result of the mercy of the arbitration panel. After all, in their view, Dwyers drug was not for competition, but for relieving the pressure of health problems. At present, Dwyer himself insists that he is only receiving medical treatment, which has been approved by the U. S. Olympic Committee. He also said that regardless of the outcome of the arbitration award, he would decide to retire. It is also an honor to have represented the United States team with the support of teammates, coaches, family and friends. The 30-year-old Dwyer won two gold medals in the 4x 200m freestyle relay at the London Olympics in 2012 and the Rio Olympics in 2016. In addition, he won a bronze medal in the 200m freestyle at the Rio Olympics, when the champion was Sun Yang of China. Source of this article: Netease Sports Author: Ben Boer-Bing Responsible Editor: Luting_NS5242

In fact, the 20-month ban has been the result of the mercy of the arbitration panel. After all, in their view, Dwyers drug was not for competition, but for relieving the pressure of health problems.

At present, Dwyer himself insists that he is only receiving medical treatment, which has been approved by the U. S. Olympic Committee. He also said that regardless of the outcome of the arbitration award, he would decide to retire. It is also an honor to have represented the United States team with the support of teammates, coaches, family and friends.

Dwyer, 30, won the 4x200m freestyle relay gold medal twice in London 2012 and Rio 2016. In addition, he also won the 200m freestyle bronze medal in Rio, which was won by Sun Yang, a Chinese athlete.