Rio Olympics-bound shot putter Inderjeet Singh has tested negative in the second dope test that was conducted on June 29. The National Inter-State Athletics Championships in Hyderabad has returned clean but the case relating to his earlier A sample which came out positive still stands, according to TOI.
“It is understood that his June 29 sample was clean. NADA does so many tests on so many sportspersons that they don’t say which sample is clean. NADA normally informs about dope positive cases,” a source told PTI.
“But NADA will proceed on the June 22 dope positive case. June 29 sample may be clean but it doesn’t change anything on June 22 sample. Inderjeet is still liable for the June 22 dope positive case,” the source added.
#RioWithTOI Shot putter Inderjeet Singh clears second dope test: Reports
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Inderjeet Singh is one of those athletes who does not train at the national camps. He normally trains on his own with his personal coach.