— In response to journalists’ questions, we confirm that the short track speed skating representative has been temporarily suspended until the case of violation of anti-doping rules is resolved. This relates to three errors in providing residence data and/or absences at the inspection window within 12 months. The suspension decision is the result of a ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, which did not agree with the previous decision of an independent member of the disciplinary committee. The World Anti-Doping Agency has filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, according to a statement by the Polish Anti-Doping Agency.
POLADA did not mention her name, but we were able to identify the suspended player as Maliszewska. Last year, the skater was not in the place she declared in the ADAMS system three times. In the third case, the athlete was late for the examination, which was carried out, but not on the specified date. POLADA considered this to be another violation of the regulations. The disciplinary body to which Maliszewska appealed assessed the case differently.
However, WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency), headed by Polish Witold Banka, appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The Court of Arbitration for Sport found that there was no excuse and that there had been a violation of the rules. Maliszewska has been temporarily suspended. She faces disqualification for up to two years.
28-year-old Maliszewska is a five-time medalist at the European Championships. She won four individual medals in the 500 metres, and in 2019 she won gold in Dordrecht, and a few months ago silver in Gdańsk. She is also the 2018 world runner-up from Montreal.
What is adams?
Members of the Registered Players Group (Registered Players Group) are obligated to provide accurate and up-to-date information about their whereabouts. Residency data is provided quarterly. All relevant information must be submitted to ADAMS by the 15th of the month preceding the quarter, after which changes can be made.
Any combination of three data entry errors and/or control failure within a 12-month period constitutes an anti-doping rule violation. The penalty is two years of disqualification, reduceable to a minimum of one year, depending on the degree of the athlete’s fault.
source:Onet Sports Review
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