Dope test these days are becoming a threat to the players. Board usually do dope test to check the capability of the player or to check that any drug which is consumed by the player to have extra boost in his performance.Mostly sports person take drugs to have an extra boost to their performance which leads to consecutive wins.
Who take the dope test?
Anti doping agency of every country take dope test of the sports person. In India NADA(National anti doping agency) take the test of sportsperson to check that are they taking any drugs or not before any match.
Here are some sportsperson of India who failed in Dope test
Jose was caught for doping . She had a positive result for anabolic steroids in her ‘A’ samples.The samples were taken by NADA during the June 11-14 National Inter-State Athletics Meet in Bangalore.Jose had won gold in women’s 4X400 m relay race in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.
Inderjeet Singh the shot put player of India was failed in the doping test in in 2016.28 year-old was caught using a banned steroid in an out-of-competition test.Gold-medallist in the Asian championships, Asian Grand Prix and the World University Games last year. Inderjeet was the first Indian athlete to qualify for Rio and the hope of breaching the 21m barrier on his Olympic debut.
Prior to the Asian Athletics Championship in Kobe, Japan, sprinter Ashwini Akkunji tested positive for anabolic steroids. She was dropped from the event, and later received a lighter sentence. She is now a part of the 4X400 relay team bound for Rio.
Narsingh managed to edge two-time Olympic medal winner Sushil Kumar for a berth in the 74kg category in the Indian Olympic contingent. Narsingh has cried foul ever since the news of him failing the dope test broke out. Narsingh filed a complaint with the police, following which he claimed that his food supplements were tampered with at the SAI’s Sonipat Centre.
Asian Games gold medallist discus thrower Seema Punia, who has qualified for Olympics, sprung a surprise by cancelling a media interaction on the ground that she will undergo a random dope test, amid reports that she has been shying away from the test for some time.
Twenty-three-year-old Vij who has tested positive, was subjected to testing during the inter-State championships held at Patiala .
Vij was suspended by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA), and the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) confirmed the ‘positive’ cases.
Vij tested positive for the ‘non-specified’ stimulant methylhexaneamine, which seems to be the ‘drug of choice’ among a large section of the sportsperson getting ready for the Commonwealth Games, going by the number of cases reported for that medicine among wrestlers also.