Clenbuterol works. That’s why it is one of the most abused drug/steroid by athletes!
Did you know that Clenbuterol is on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited list because it is deemed as a performance-enhancing drug and which can induce weight-loss?
Latest Clenbuterol Doping Scandals in 2018
Rugby League: Amateur rugby league player suspended following drug purchase [source]
Hayden Blackley, who played club rugby league in Christchurch, was provisionally suspended without opposition on October 15. He promptly admitted purchasing Clenbuterol to aid weight loss but said he did not use it.
Will Claye, a triple Olympic medalist between the long jump and triple jump, was cleared of wrongdoing after testing positive for a trace amount of clenbuterol, a banned muscle-building substance, on Aug. 1. [source]
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency investigated Claye and determined he likely ate contaminated meat in Mexico. USADA said it was “consistent with numerous prior reported cases globally.”
U.S. Weightlifting Athlete Kevin Jones Accepts Finding of No Fault for Anti-Doping Rule Violation [source]
USADA announced today that Kevin Jones, of South Bend, Ind., has tested positive for a prohibited substance, which was determined to have been ingested by him without fault or negligence.
New Zealand club cricketer Harrisyn Jones was awarded 2 year ban by the Sports Tribunal of New Zealand [source]
Jones admitted to buying a 10ml spray of clenbuterol in February 2015 from the NZ Clenbuterol website. He pleaded not guilty by claiming that he used Clen to quickly lose weight after an injury
The Pennsylvania State Horse Racing Commission recently upheld a 165-day suspension of trainer Mario Serey Jr. given him by stewards at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania under the state’s multiple medication violation rules. [source]
The suspension, dated May 5, was triggered by a post-race positive test for clenbuterol in Robert Reidy’s Unlimited Resource, third-place finisher in the second race at Parx on Feb
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Ralph Ziadie, father of Kirk Ziadie, a leading Baxter trainer in South Florida in recent years, was denied a renewal of his license by the state’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation’s Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering, which in a June 29 letter cited 10 medication violations from October 2012 to May 2014 and six outstanding violations since December 30, 2017. [source]
The 10 adjudicated cases against Ralph Ziadie from 2012 to 2014 were for Class 3 and Class 4 medications clenbuterol and phenylbutazone, respectively, plus one Class 2 violation for o-desmethyltramadrol.
New Zealand hockey player & coach, Richard Brougham has been suspended for two years for purchasing clenbuterol and the attempted use of Nandrolone and Dianabol. Brougham, who now lives in Australia, purchased the banned performance-enhancing drugs from the online website NZ Clenbuterol, in 2014. Upon investigation, Brougham confessed that, he bought Clen and other performance enhancing drugs.(news)
Mexican boxer Canelo Alvarez suspended for 6 months for doping violations. Alvarez was supposed to face Golovkin for his unified middleweight title next month at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, but the fight was called off after the commission issued a complaint against Alvarez for testing positive to the banned performance-enhancing drug clenbuterol in his hometown of Guadalajara, Mexico. (news)
Gennady Golovkin, the Kazakhstan boxer, alleged that Canelo is a drug cheat.
In defense of himself, Alvarez, like many other athletes , blamed it for contaminated Mexican beef. State of Nevada treats food contamination differently from other states in the US.
Historical Clenbuterol Doping scandals
Katrin Krabbe suspended for 3 years.
Katrina is a former track and field athlete who represented for erstwhile East Germany. She was suspended from competing in 1992 summer olympics for taking Clen. Unfortunately this suspension has ended her Arlthlete career. (source)
Guillermo Mota get 50 game suspension.
Guillermo was a baseball player who represented San Fransisco Giants. In 2006 he was tested positive for clenbuterol, and eventually suspended for 50 games. Sadly in 2012, he was once again found to have taken Clen. This time MLB officials have decided to suspend him for 100 games… what a tragedy! (source)
Jessica Hardy gets one year suspension.
Jessica was specilized in breststroke and freestyle swimming. She was tested positve for taking Clen in 2008. She was subject to one year suspension although she claimed that, she unknowingly took the drug in a contaminated food supplement. It became very contrevercial due to many “for & against” public and media opinions. Many medias have ran story by saying that, Jessica tool Clen to treat Asthma. Again, the point to note is, Clen is not a approved drug in the USA for the treatment of asthma in human. (source)
Spain cyclist Alberto Contador banned for 2 years. Alberto was tested positive before 2010 Tour de France. Unfortunately, his previous titles were revoked (source)
Mexican boxer Eric Morales suspended for 2 years. In 2013, Erik Morales, the Mexican fighter who won world titles at four different weights, has been suspended from boxing for two years after testing positive for banned drug Clenbuterol. (source)
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Carter Ashton has been suspended 20 games for violating the NHL’s performance-enhancing substance policy. Ashton gave statement claiming that, he got an anti-asthma inhaler from another player and assumed that such treatment are okay. However, he accepted his suspension and penalty without any appeal. (source)
South Korean swimmer Kim Ji-heun gets 2 years suspension. In 2014, South Korean swimmer Ji Heun Kim has tested positive for the banned substance Clenbuterol at an out-of-competition test on May 13th, 2014. After completion of proceedings by the Korea Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel, Kim received a two-year suspension, back-dated to the day of his positive test. (source)
Australia’s first heavyweight boxing champion Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne has sensationally tested positive to banned substance clenbuterol. Browne defended himself with a tweet claiming that “he’s not a drug user or a cheat” (source)
Yankees pitcher Moises Cedeno has been suspended for 72 games following a positive test for Clenbuterol under baseball’s minor league drug program. (source)
In 2015, Collingwood players, Lachie Keeffe and Josh Thomas accept two-year bans. Collingwood chief executive Gary Pert confirmed the club had opted to delist the players, and has withheld a portion of their 2015 contracts equivalent to $50,000 each, as required by the AFL and ASADA. (source)
Kansas City Royals infield prospect Raul Mondesi was suspended for 50 games following a positive test for Clenbuterol, negotiating a 30-game reduction from the usual penalty for a banned steroid after providing evidence he ingested the drug in an over-the-counter medication. (source)
British Olympic sprinter Nigel Levine has been provisionally suspended for failing a drugs test. The European indoor gold medallist has not competed since he broke his pelvis in a motorbike crash in Spain in January 2017, an accident which also involved compatriot James Ellington. (source)
Canelo Alvarez has admitted he tested positive for a performance enhancing drug — but he’s blaming the dirty test on contaminated cow meat. (source)
This list will go on forever… it is like ‘future perfect continues tense’. I mean, athletes and sportsman will continue to abuse Clen and cry their innocence blaming contaminated meat or asthma. Thanks to miracle drug Clenbuterol!
If you find another doping test scandal please let me know by commenting below. I would be happy to research and add to this list.
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