The International Testing Agency said cross-country skier Valnetyna Kaminska has tested positive for doping with a steroid and a banned stimulant.
Kaminska already competed in all her three events at the Beijing Olympics and did not come close to the medals.
The 34-year-old athlete is competing for Ukraine now after representing Belarus at the Winter Games in 2014 and 2018.
In a statement, the ITA said Kaminska’s sample taken last Thursday tested positive for mesterolone and heptaminol.
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She’s now provisionally suspended from all competitions pending a prosecution of her doping case.
It’s the second doping case involving a sample taken at the Beijing Olympics. The first involved Alpine skier Hossein Saveh Shemshaki of Iran.
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