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IWF admits mistake in Chanu dope case

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, July 26: The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has admitted to committing a mistake in giving the exact sample number of Sanjita Chanu in its report of her failed dope test, a development which has prompted the Commonwealth Games gold-medallist to demand an inquiry.

The IWF has admitted to mentioning two different urine sample numbers in its communication of her dope flunk earlier this year, according to a letter that the world body sent to the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).

The communication conceding the �administrative mistake� is in possession of PTI.

Sanjita has now written to the IWF, seeking a probe into how such a mistake could have taken place.

While sending the dope result notification to Sanjita on May 15, the IWF mentioned sample code number 1599000 as the one collected on November 17 last year at Las Vegas while it mentioned sample code 1599176 in the results section.

The admission from the IWF came after the issue reached the Prime Minister�s Office. The PMO had written to the Sports Ministry to look into the matter, which, in turn, directed the NADA to do so.

The IWF�s admission, however, is unlikely to have any impact on the actual doping issue and interestingly, the NADA, in its reply to the Sports Ministry, has said that Sanjita �will need to explain before the International Weightlifting Federation hearing panel regarding the Anti-Doping Rule violation�. � PTI

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IWF admits mistake in Chanu dope case

NEW DELHI, July 26: The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has admitted to committing a mistake in giving the exact sample number of Sanjita Chanu in its report of her failed dope test, a development which has prompted the Commonwealth Games gold-medallist to demand an inquiry.

The IWF has admitted to mentioning two different urine sample numbers in its communication of her dope flunk earlier this year, according to a letter that the world body sent to the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA).

The communication conceding the �administrative mistake� is in possession of PTI.

Sanjita has now written to the IWF, seeking a probe into how such a mistake could have taken place.

While sending the dope result notification to Sanjita on May 15, the IWF mentioned sample code number 1599000 as the one collected on November 17 last year at Las Vegas while it mentioned sample code 1599176 in the results section.

The admission from the IWF came after the issue reached the Prime Minister�s Office. The PMO had written to the Sports Ministry to look into the matter, which, in turn, directed the NADA to do so.

The IWF�s admission, however, is unlikely to have any impact on the actual doping issue and interestingly, the NADA, in its reply to the Sports Ministry, has said that Sanjita �will need to explain before the International Weightlifting Federation hearing panel regarding the Anti-Doping Rule violation�. � PTI

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