American runner Sha’Carri Richardson has allegedly bombed a medication test that could bring about the U.S. 100-meter champion missing that occasion at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The 21-year-old champion, who was required to battle for a gold decoration, tested positive for what is named a substance of misuse, as per the Jamaica Gleaner. 

A positive test outcome would preclude her U.S. Olympic Trials execution, and she could be suspended from contest by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Richardson didn’t utilize steroids and is confronting a 30-day suspension for testing positive for pot, as indicated by Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer 

However a 30-day suspension would compel Richardson out of the 100 meters, it would end before the beginning of contest in the 4×100-meter transfer, which she was required to run. It’s anything but yet known whether she would be equipped for that occasion. 

Jenna Prandini, who completed fourth in the 100 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials, would supplant Richardson in the 100 meters in the event that she is precluded as well as suspended. 

Richardson had at this point tended to the reports of her bombed drug test. Notwithstanding, she pulled out from Sunday’s Diamond League meeting in Stockholm where she was booked to run the 200 meters. 

She likewise sent a mysterious tweet Thursday, which said, “I’m human.” 

The Olympics will run from July 23 to Aug. 8 subsequent to being deferred from the late spring of 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. 

Another American runner, 2018 U.4. 00m hero Kahmari Montgomery, tested positive for maryjane at the Miramar Invitational on April 10 and served a one-month restriction from April 30 through May 29 subsequent to finishing the treatment program.

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https://www.cbssports.com/olympics/news/u-s-sprinter-shacarri-richardson-reportedly-fails-drug-test-could-miss-100-meters-at-tokyo-olympics-2020/

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