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Russian Olympic boxing medallist loses appeal in doping case

AP  |  Lausanne 

The of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Russian boxer Misha Aloian who was stripped of his 2016 Olympic silver medal for doping.

CAS says its judging panel found that Olympic rules "affords no discretion and that disqualification of is a necessary consequence" of a positive test.



Aloian won silver in men's flyweight at the Games but tested positive for the banned stimulant tuaminoheptane.

The 29-year-old boxer retains the bronze he took in flyweight at the 2012 Olympics.

It is unclear if the can reallocate his silver medal because there is no bronze medal bout in Olympic boxing.

Bronze medals were awarded in Rio to both Yoel Segundo Finol of Venezuela and Jianguan Hu of

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Russian Olympic boxing medallist loses appeal in doping case

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Russian boxer Misha Aloian who was stripped of his 2016 Olympic silver medal for doping. CAS says its judging panel found that Olympic rules "affords no discretion and that disqualification of results is a necessary consequence" of a positive test. Aloian won silver in men's flyweight at the Rio de Janeiro Games but tested positive for the banned stimulant tuaminoheptane. The 29-year-old boxer retains the bronze he took in flyweight at the 2012 London Olympics. It is unclear if the International Olympic Committee can reallocate his silver medal because there is no bronze medal bout in Olympic boxing. Bronze medals were awarded in Rio to both Yoel Segundo Finol of Venezuela and Jianguan Hu of China. The of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Russian boxer Misha Aloian who was stripped of his 2016 Olympic silver medal for doping.

CAS says its judging panel found that Olympic rules "affords no discretion and that disqualification of is a necessary consequence" of a positive test.

Aloian won silver in men's flyweight at the Games but tested positive for the banned stimulant tuaminoheptane.

The 29-year-old boxer retains the bronze he took in flyweight at the 2012 Olympics.

It is unclear if the can reallocate his silver medal because there is no bronze medal bout in Olympic boxing.

Bronze medals were awarded in Rio to both Yoel Segundo Finol of Venezuela and Jianguan Hu of

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Russian Olympic boxing medallist loses appeal in doping case

The of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Russian boxer Misha Aloian who was stripped of his 2016 Olympic silver medal for doping.

CAS says its judging panel found that Olympic rules "affords no discretion and that disqualification of is a necessary consequence" of a positive test.

Aloian won silver in men's flyweight at the Games but tested positive for the banned stimulant tuaminoheptane.

The 29-year-old boxer retains the bronze he took in flyweight at the 2012 Olympics.

It is unclear if the can reallocate his silver medal because there is no bronze medal bout in Olympic boxing.

Bronze medals were awarded in Rio to both Yoel Segundo Finol of Venezuela and Jianguan Hu of

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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