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Three Bodybuilders Sanctioned for Doping Violations
2011-08-23

The Hong Kong Anti-Doping Committee (HKADC) announced today (23 August 2011) that Messrs CHAN Keung, LEUNG Kwok Kui and WONG Wang Chi, athletes in the sport of bodybuilding, had each received sanctions for anti-doping rule violations. The violations occurred during in-competition doping control on 26 June 2011 where the three athletes’ urine was tested positive for various prohibited substances.

Mr. CHAN Keung was tested positive for diuretics (Canrenone), anabolic steroids (Drostanolone and Mesterolone) and anabolic agent (Clenbuterol). In response to HKADC’s notification of adverse analytical finding, Mr. Chan exercised his right to attend and testify at the hearing. The Hearing Panel had carefully considered the case and a 2-year sanction was imposed.

Mr. LEUNG Kwok Kui was tested positive for anabolic steroids (Boldenone and Metenolone). In response to HKADC’s notification of adverse analytical finding, Mr.Leung waived his right to attend the hearing and a 2-year sanction was imposed.

Mr. WONG Wang Chi was tested positive for diuretics (Canrenone), anabolic steroid (Stanozolol) and anabolic agent (Clenbuterol). In response to HKADC’s notification of adverse analytical finding, Mr.Wong exercised his right to attend and testify at the hearing. The Hearing Panel had carefully considered the case and a 2-year sanction was imposed.

All three athletes are ineligible to participate in any capacity with any sport signatory to the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China (SF&OC). As a result of the anti-doping rule violations, all competitive results achieved by the each of the three athletes on 26 June 2011 at the 2011 Hong Kong Bodybuilding Championships have been automatically removed.

HKADC, under the auspices of the SF&OC, is an independent committee responsible for the anti-doping programme in Hong Kong. HKADC is committed to preserve a doping-free environment for fair play in sport in Hong Kong.