Virginia Fuchs Cleared After Positive Doping Control – Boxing

Virginia Fuchs can now calmly prepare for the Tokyo Olympics next year. Tested positive for the molecules of letrozole and GW 1516 on February 13, the 32-year-old American boxer was indeed cleared by the USADA. The American anti-doping agency has indeed revealed that the small quantities of prohibited substances detected in his urine sample had been transmitted during sexual intercourse with his companion, who used these products for therapeutic purposes.

“A great lesson for me”

Washed of all suspicion, Fuchs can therefore once again turn to competition, with, of course, the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games on the horizon. “It was a great lesson for me. Now that it’s over, I’m fully focused on preparing for Tokyo ”, she commented on Twitter.

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