South African Cycling

Stewart's doping appeal fails

2014-03-07 14:01
Neil MacDonald and Brandon Stewart (Full Stop Communications)

Johannesburg - Brandon Stewart's provisional suspension will remain in place after the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (Saids) dismissed his appeal, Cycling SA (CSA) said on Friday.

The report confirmed the presence of testosterone after which Stewart lodged an appeal, claiming he had been in discussion with Saids regarding a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE).

The Saids process relating to the initial adverse findings against Stewart would now take its course.

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