athletics AIU Set January Jan. 19 For Amusan Doping Case

The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) has notified Nigeria’s track star Tobi Amusan of the latest developments in her case, and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has scheduled a hearing for January 19.

Remember that on September 15, 2023, the AIU submitted Amusan to CAS following a decision by its Disciplinary Tribunal, which concluded that she had not broken any antidoping regulations that required a penalty for skipping tests.

Amusan, however, is anticipated to learn her destiny on January 19, according to a statement sent by AIU via its official X profile, formerly known as Twitter.

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“The charge will be heard by the Disciplinary Tribunal and determined before the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, January 19.”

In July 2022, Amusan won the women’s 100-meter hurdles world record in the semi-final with a timing of 12.12 seconds at the World Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

With a timing of 12.06 seconds in the final, she went on to win gold, although the strong tailwind prevented her time from going into the record books.

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