Russian Athlete Who Wore “I Don’t Do Doping” Jumper Has Been Busted Doping

Who saw that coming?

Russian Athlete Who Wore “I Don’t Do Doping” Jumper Has Been Busted Doping Image: YouTube

In ‘Who Could Have Seen That Coming?’ news, a Russian athlete who got around wearing a jumper saying ‘I DON’T DO DOPING’ has been busted doping.

Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva tested positive for a banned heart drug on on February 18, five days after a negative result.

"On February 13, her sample was clean,” a statement from the Bobsleigh Federation of Russia said.

“The team's medical staff did not prescribe the drug to the athlete.”

"The Bobsleigh Federation of Russia and the athlete herself understand the extent of their responsibility and understand how what has happened can have an impact on the fate of the whole team."

Sergeeva had appeared in a now-deleted YouTube video posted by Russian company Zasport wearing a jumper trumpeting her non-doping status.

Her positive test comes after curler Alexander Krushelnitsky handed back his bronze medal after tests picked up melodonium in his system.

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