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USADAUnited States Anti-Doping Agency
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According to the USADA under the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, as well as the World Anti-Doping Code, a violation caused by a contaminated product may result in a reduced sanction.
We are working hard to resolve this and find out what is going on here, with USADA testing randomly in and out of competition, and all my recent tests coming back fine, it's safe to say something has drastically gone wrong.
USADA issues educational resources on an ongoing basis to warn athletes and sports organizations of the negative consequences resulting from using products that contain SARMs, including sanctions and suspension.
Lesnar) is not currently enrolled in the USADA testing pool, nor has there been any inquiry on his part to do so," Novitzky said.
Commenting on the case, USA Track and Field chief executive Max Siegel said: "USA Track and Field is strongly opposed to doping, and we respect the work that USADA has done.
Keep cleaning up the sport USADA, there are many more cheats out there.
Eleven of Armstrong's former team-mates testified to USADA about his doping regime, in which they had been involved.
I never would have betrayed that with her," said Armstrong, who maintains the last time he doped was during his 2005 Tour de France win, despite evidence to the contrary in the USADA reasoned decision, published last October.
The USADA deal would only have stripped him of his 2004 and 2005 titles.
USADA releases a report that includes testimony from 11 former Armstrong teammates about widespread doping in cycling competitions.
USADA recommend all Armstrong's results from August 1, 1998 were expunged from the record books, including his seven consecutive Tour de France 'wins' from 1999 to 2005, as well as handing the 41-year-old a life ban from cycling.
President Pat McQuaid said: "(The UCI) will not appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and it will recognise the sanctions that USADA has imposed.