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CWG: Indian athlete tests positive for drugs

Indian walker Rani Yadav has tested positive for 19-Norandrosterone, an anabolic steroid that is illegal in sports. Yadav competed in the 20km women's walk on Saturday, finishing in sixth place, but has now been suspended. She is the third athlete to test positive for drugs with Commonwealth Games, with the other two being Nigerian athletes Osayemi Oludamola and Samuel Okon.  Read more: Hindustan Times


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