Weightlifting: Egypt ‘banned from World Championships for doping offences’

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Egypt was prohibited from weightlifting’s World Championships for doping offences – based on state media – and could also be suspended from Tokyo 2020.
Several Egyptian weightlifters were for the whole world championships, which start on Wednesday in Thailand, but had been missing when the start publication of the competition was released on Tuesday.
“The ban is for a couple of decades and this usually means that we will not be able to participate in the Olympics,” Sherif El-Erian, the secretary general of Egypt’s Olympic Committee, told Al-Ahram paper.
The International Wrestling Federation (IWF) hasn’t supported that the ban but its own principles state any state coming more positive tests within a year confronts sanction.
In 2016, five Egyptian youngsters, including two 14-year-old women, failed doping tests in Cairo.
“Once we get a formal letter about the banwe will do our very best to solve the emergency,” added El-Erian.
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