Dugs cheat Ujah shouldn’t stop Olympic silver medal sprinter Kilty parading his medal at Riverside stadium. The crowd will understand
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What kind of idiot is our Olympic athlete CJ Ujah?
The kind of idiot who will have cost his teammates their silver medals if it is proved, and it looks a racing certainty, that there were drugs in his body when he raced in the 4x100 relay team.
I don’t give a damn about Ujah, 27, but do care about his three fellow athletes who will all lose their silver medals. They had all planned to celebrate their success with one of them, Richard Kilty, due to parade his medal on the pitch at Middlesbrough’s Riverside stadium tomorrow.
I very much hope that Kilty goes ahead with the parade. It’s not his fault his team-mate is a drugs cheat. The crowd will understand.
The Times reports that Ujah (he’s from the Enfield and Haringey club) has already told officials he does not know how the drugs got into his system. Friends are said to have reacted with disbelief at the news.
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Ujah faces a four year ban after testing positive for the prohibited substance Ostarine and S-23. They are not steroids but muscle building anabolic agents.
You may remember the race as the sprinters were only one hundredth of a second behind Italy for a gold.
In his most recent Instagram post Ujah wrote; “Stay focussed….Because truth is stranger than fiction.”
Ujah has the right to request the analysis of the B sample and has two to four weeks to respond.
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