90-year-old pursuit world champion given public warning for anti-doping violation
The United States Anti-Doping Agency announced that 90-year-old Carl Grove had accepted a public warning for two anti-doping rule violations. Grove tested positive for epitrenbolone, a metabolite of the prohibited steroid trenbolone, in an in-competition urine sample he provided on July 11, 2018, after setting a world record at the Masters Track National Championships. While investigating the source of his positive test, it was also determined that a supplement Grove was using prior to July 11, 2018 was contaminated with clomiphene – a drug used to treat fertility problems. Grove had won the 90-94 age group individual pursuit, setting a new world record 03:06:129. He was the lone competitor in his age group. During USADA’s investigation into his case, Grove provided information which established that the source of his positive test was considered more likely than not to have been caused by contaminated meat consumed the evening before competing on ...
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