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  • August 30, 2019
    导出博客文章BUDAPEST, Hungary -- A Romanian weightlifter who won a bronze medal at the Rio
    de Janeiro Olympics could lose his medal after failing a doping test.Gabriel
    Sincraian, who won bronze in the mens 85-kilogram category in Rio, tested
    positive for excess testosterone, the International Weightlifting Federation
    said Thursday. The test was connected to the Olympics, the IWF said without
    specifying exactly when it was taken.An IWF statement originally listed
    Sincraian among a group of lifters who had been disqualified from the Olympics,
    but it later clarified his case was not yet closed.There is no final decision as
    regards the measures and/or sanctions relating to [Sincraians] Rio Olympic Games
    participation yet, the IWF said.Decisions on Olympic disqualifications and
    medals are up to the International Olympic Committee.Sincraian returned last
    year from a two-year doping ban for the banned steroid stanozolol. He could face
    an eight-year ban for a second offense, in line with usual IWF practice.If the
    IOC decides to reallocate the medals, Sincraians bronze would pass to
    fourth-place Denis Ulanov of Kazakhstan, whose entire team was almost banned
    from the Olympics over repeated drug test failures.Romanian Weightlifting
    Federation president Nicu Vlad said Sincraian had been under a provisional
    suspension since Sept. 30 over the failed test and that it could be linked to
    supplements he had been taking.He was asked if he still had [the supplements],
    because it would be good for them to be analyzed, and he said he didnt, Vlad
    told Romanian news agency Agerpres.The entire Bulgarian and Russian
    weightlifting teams were banned from competing in Rio due to repeated doping
    cases, while lifters from Poland, Taiwan, Cyprus and Mongolia failed tests
    either during or shortly before the Games.Weightlifting has been rocked by
    dozens of failed drug tests from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, which turned up
    when samples were retested by the IOC this year using modern technology. More
    than 40 competitors have tested positive in those retests, including several
    gold medalists. In one event from 2012, the original ninth-place finisher is in
    line to receive a bronze medal because six athletes who finished above him have
    failed drug tests.
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    Taylor Adams, Ben Reid, Ben Sinclair C Steele Sidebottom, Adam Treloar, James
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    Macmillan C Sam Gibson, Daniel Wells, Nick Dal Santo HF Jed Anderson, Ben Brown,
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    Docherty C Dennis Armfield, Patrick Cripps, Ed Curnow HF Sam Kerridge, Simon
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    Tendai Mzungu, Chris Mayne, Michael Walters F Shane Yarran, Matt Taberner,
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    Sharrod Wellingham, Jeremy McGovern, Shannon Hurn C Chris Masten, Matt Priddis,
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    Kennedy, Mark LeCras FOL Scott Lycett, Jack Redden, Luke Shuey I/C Liam Duggan,
    Jonathan Giles, Sam Butler, Jackson NelsonMelbourne:?B Josh Wagner, Tom
    McDonald, Neville Jetta HB Jayden Hunt, Oscar McDonald, Matt Jones C Christian
    Petracca, Bernie Vince, Dom Tyson HF Jeff Garlett, Jack Watts, James Harmes F
    Chris Dawes, Jesse Hogan, Dean Kent FOL Max Gawn, Nathan Jones, Jack Viney I/C
    Angus Brayshaw, Billy Stretch, Sam Frost, Alex Neal-BullenUBET verdict:?West
    Coast looked flat last week in their win over Carlton, but the early money trail
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    ESPNfootytips AFL selectionsWestern Bulldogs ($1.30) v St Kilda ($3.55), Etihad
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    Johannisen HB Easton Wood, Dale Morris, Matthew Suckling C Lachie Hunter, Marcus
    Bontempelli, Liam Picken HF Caleb Daniel, Tom Boyd, Koby Stevens F Clay Smith,
    Jack Redpath, Tom Liberatore FOL Jordan Roughead, Jack Macrae, Mitch Wallis I/C
    Josh Dunkley, Shane Biggs, Tory Dickson, Lin JongSt Kilda:?B Sam Gilbert, Sean
    Dempster, Shane Savage HB Jack Newnes, Dylan Roberton, Jarryn Geary C Nick
    Riewoldt, David Armitage, Leigh Montagna HF Maverick Weller, Tim Membrey, Jack
    Billings F Jack Sinclair, Josh Bruce, Jade Gresham FOL Tom Hickey, Luke
    Dunsstan, Jack Steven I/C Sebastian Ross, Blake Acres, Nathan Wright, Daniel
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    Lonergan, Harry Taylor HB Jed Bews, Andrew Mackie, Corey Enright C Mark Blicavs,
    Joel Selwood, Steven Motlop HF Shane Kersten, Rhys Stanley, Mitch Duncan F Jimmy
    Bartel, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel FOL Zac Smith, Patrick Dangerfield, Cameron
    Guthrie I/C Nakia Cockatoo, Josh Cowan, Lincoln McCarthy, Tom RugglesAdelaide:?B
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    Brodie Smith, Scott Thompson, Rory Atkins HF Charlie Cameron, Josh Jenkins, Tom
    Lynch F Eddie Betts, Taylor Walker, Mitch McGovern FOL Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane,
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    trade. Geelong have plenty of fans too in what shapes as the match of the
    round.Sunday, July 24Essendon ($1.53) v Brisbane ($2.50), Etihad Stadium at
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    Matthew Leuenberger, Martin Gleeson FOL Shaun McKernan, James Kelly, Brendon
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    Michael, Craig Bird, James Polkinghorne (Three to be omitted)Brisbane:?B Darcy
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    Tom Rockliff, Ben Keays, Rohan Bewick HF Pearce Hanley, Matthew Hammelmann, Eric
    Hipwood F Josh Green, Josh Schache, Ryan Bastinac FOL Stefan Martin, Daniel
    Rich, Mitch Robinson I/C Josh Walker, Dayne Zorko, Jarrad Jansen, Ryan Lester,
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    any betting records.Enter your ESPNfootytips AFL selectionsHawthorn ($1.12) v
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    Stratton HB Sam Mitchell, Josh Gibson, Grant Birchall C Isaac Smith, Jordan
    Lewis, Bradley Hill HF Luke Breust, Jack Gunston, Cyril Rioli F James Sicily,
    Ben McEvoy, Paul Puopolo FOL Jonathon Ceglar, Luke Hodge, Jonathan ORourke I/C
    Kaiden Brand, Taylor Duryea, Angus Litherland, Brendan Whitecross, Will
    Langford, Tim OBrien, Kurt Heatherley (Three to be omitted)Richmond:?B David
    Astbury, Alex Rance, Dylan Grimes HB Kane Lambert, Taylor Hunt, Brandon Ellis C
    Daniel Rioli, Trent Cotchin, Anthony Miles HF Dustin Martin, Sam Lloyd, Shaun
    Grigg F Jayden Short, Jack Riewoldt, Ben Griffiths FOL Shaun Hampson, Nick
    Vlastuin, Shane Edwards I/C Oleg Markov, Liam McBean, Connor Menadue, Nathan
    Drummond, Jason Castagna, Reece Conca, Ben Lennon (Three to be omitted)UBET
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    ($2.45) v GWS ($1.55), Adelaide Oval at 4.10pmPort Adelaide:?B Darcy
    Byrne-Jones, Logan Austin, Jasper Pittard HB Matthew Broadbent, Tom Clurey,
    Hamish Hartlett C Jared Polec, Ollie Wines, Sam Gray HF Brad Ebert, Justin
    Westhoff, Chad Wingard F Jarman Impey, John Butcher, Aaron Young FOL Jackson
    Trengove, Travis Boak, Robbie Gray I/C Kane Mitchell, Jake Neade, Paul Stewart,
    Karl Amon, Jay Schulz, Brendon Ah Chee, Nathan Krakouer (Three to be
    omitted)GWS:?B Joel Patfull, Phil Davis, Adam Kennedy HB Heath Shaw, Nick
    Haynes, Zac Williams C Adam Tomlinson, Stephen Coniglio, Josh Kelly HF Rory
    Lobb, Jonathon Patton, Steve Johnson F Devon Smith, Jeremy Cameron, Toby Greene
    FOL Shane Mumford, Callan Ward, Dylan Shiel I/C Sam J. Reid, Jake Barrett,
    Harrison Himmelberg, Nathan Wilson, Matthew Kennedy, James Stewart, Tom Scully
    (Three to be omitted)UBET verdict:?GWS got their groove back against the Lions
    last week and our customers fully expect them to dance all over Port and cover
    the 10.5 handicap.Enter your ESPNfootytips AFL selections ' ' '