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Overnight came there further instances of drugs use in sport, see here:

Gotta be slightly careful here because there are protocols and procedures relating to ‘A’ and ‘B’ samples involved (the latter needing to be checked in order to confirm the results of the former, or indeed not) and the presumption of innocent until proved guilty.

However, amidst all Eddie Hearn’s and the home fans’ euphoria after Dillian Whyte’s epic – getting ‘back off the floor’ – points with over unbeaten Oscar Rivas at the O2 Arena last weekend to keep himself in the world heavyweight picture, it now turns out that he had failed a drugs test just before the fight took place – see here, as reported in – THE GUARDIAN

Meanwhile, elsewhere, Brit cross-country runner Luke Traynor owns up.

See here for a report appearing upon the website of – THE INDEPENDENT

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