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Doping Test | Another Indian cricketer banned for 4 years for doping after Prithvi Shaw

Athletes consume stimulants to increase strength or to perform energetically.

Mumbai: Team India (Indian Cricket Team) will now face Sri Lanka. Both the teams will play ODI and T20 series. Team India will tour Sri Lanka for the series. Meanwhile, after Prithvi Shaw, another Indian cricketer has been banned for 4 years in a doping case. NADA (National Anti-Doping Agency) has taken this action. (Indian women cricketer Anshula Rao failed in doping test banned for 4 years)

Nada has taken action against Anshula Rao, an all-rounder from Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh Women’s Cricket Team). Anshu tested positive for doping. Anshula has become the first woman cricketer to be prosecuted in a doping test case. Anshula had represented Madhya Pradesh in the Under-23 tournament organized by the BCCI.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time that action has been taken against Anshula. Earlier, Anshula was found guilty of taking Steroid 19 Norandrosterone. Anshula was found guilty in a doping test on March 14, 2020.

Anshula could not give a valid reason for her use of the banned substance. According to the Times of India, two samples of Anshula were sent to a laboratory in Belgium for testing. According to the anti-doping panel, Anshula deliberately took the drug. According to Gaurang Kant of the Anti-Doping Panel, it is the responsibility of each player to take care of their body and not to consume any banned substances.

Briefly about doping test

As a rule, no player may consume stimulants during the tournament or at other times. Athletes consume stimulants to increase strength or to perform energetically. Doping tests are performed during the competition to determine if the athlete has taken stimulants. This doping test is never done. A urine sample is taken for this test. This test is done by NADA (National Anti-Doping Agency) or (World Anti-Doping Agency).


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