Dhmm walked. At the end of September, Lalit Kumar suddenly became world famous, although he had only won the national 100-meter sprint championship in the Indian state of Delhi.
He didn’t have to try very hard, because there was no competition anywhere. The remaining sprinters decided not to start when the presence of doping controllers became known.
“The remaining seven canceled due to cramps or strain,” Kumar said at the time: “Everyone was afraid of doping tests.” He was a positive exception. Later Lalit Kumar received this in writing. From inspectors.
Drostanolone, an anabolic steroid found in a sample collected on September 26, the day of the 100m final at the Delhi State Championships. Kumar believes he is the victim of a conspiracy, telling The Indian Express: “If I had taken doping, I would have run away like the others. I feel like each other’s coaches are behind this.”
He had to refuse to dissect sample B because it was too expensive. Poor sprinter. He recalls that some of his money was spent on nutritional supplements.
Source: Frantfurter Allgemeine
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