BRITISH sprinter Nigel Levine has allegedly failed a medicine take a look at after testing optimistic for banned bronchial asthma drug clenbuterol.
He’s mentioned to be awaiting his B pattern consequence.
Clenbuterol is on the World Anti-Doping Company’s prohibited listing as a result of it’s deemed performance-enhancing and may help weight reduction.
UK Athletics don’t touch upon ongoing instances.
Levine, a 4×400 metre relay world champion, returned to coaching earlier this yr after a severe bike accident with team-mate James Ellington in January.
He suffered a damaged pelvis whereas Ellington additionally broke his pelvis and fractured his leg in two locations after they have been hit by a automobile.
The Day by day Mail report that Levine is now not coached by British Olympic dash legend Linford Christie.
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It is believed he uses Robert Wagner, the Austrian at the centre of the latest Justin Gatlin controversy, as a race agent.
Both Gatlin and Wagner have denied any wrongdoing.
Clenbuterol is used by people with breathing disorders like asthma, as well as for weight loss.
It was the substance that led to Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador being stripped of his 2010 Tour de France and 2011 Giro d’Italia wins.
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Levine suffered a broken pelvis and missed the entire 2017 track season after a motorcycle crash in Spain at the start of the year.
He was left fighting for his career along with James Ellington, after the duo collided with an oncoming car.