In October 2019, vodayo won the eighth place at 2 hours, 27 minutes and 21 seconds in the marathon competition held in Toronto, Canada. 2 hours, 27 minutes and 21 seconds was her personal best, and she was tested for doping after the competition. A month later, in November 2019, a laboratory accredited by the World Anti Doping Agency found EPO and testosterone test results positive in vodayos samples, and the IAAF Commission of integrity imposed a temporary ban on her.
Vodayo denied any wrongdoing, asked for a b-bottle sample to be tested, and provided a medical certificate that she had been treated in a clinic on October 2, 2019, that is to say, before the Canadian marathon, she went to the clinic for treatment, so as to show that the medical student had taken illegal drugs to her suffering from the disease due to her physical condition.
On February 28, 2020, vodayos bottle B sample was also positive, while the IAAF integrity Committee AIU asked vodayo to provide the original medical certificate and the name of the doctor. On March 24, vodayo submitted a new document signed on March 18, 2020 to the IAAF integrity Committee AIU, stating that she received the treatment drugs prescribed by doctors on October 2 last year, which also resulted in her own drug test positive drugs.
This is not over, vodayo then submitted the medical certificate of October 10, 2019, claiming that he needs blood transfusion and must take erythropoietin every four days for three weeks. However, vodajos proof and testimony eventually became the rollover scene. AIU cooperated with Ethiopia Anti Doping organization. After further investigation, it was found that the clinic for vodajo treatment stopped operation as early as September 9, 2019, three weeks earlier than vodajo went to treatment.
The doctor provided by vodajo is not a registered doctor, and has no right to prescribe drugs to patients. There is also no treatment record of vodajo in that hospital. The seal on the certificate provided has nothing to do with the hospital, which is enough to show that the medical certificate issued by the player is completely a forgery.