RADO bans Alanzo Greaves for 12 months
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Alanzo Greaves
Alanzo Greaves

THE Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Agency (RADO) has banned Guyanese cyclist Alanzo Greaves for 12 months following Adverse Analytical Findings during an in-competition Test on November 1, 2015.The twelve-month period of ineligibility started on November 1, 2015 and ends on November 1, 2016.
The RADO Disciplinary Panel decided also that Greaves shall be disqualified in respect of the Tour of Guyana Five-Stage Cycle Race and any prize money and ranking points obtained therein shall be forfeited.
He is also ineligible to participate in any capacity in any event or activity or competition authorised, organised or sanctioned by the Guyana Olympic Association for a period of twelve months.
He is ineligible to participate in any capacity in any national, regional or international sport activity for a period of twelve months
On November 1, 2015, ten cyclists were identified for In-Competition testing at the end of the Five-Stage cycling race.
On November 27, 2015 Alanzo Greaves was informed of the Adverse Analytical Finding of Testosterone in his urine sample, via a ‘Notice of Charge and Provisional Suspension’ issued by the Caribbean Regional Anti-Doping Organisation (RADO).
He responded to the RADO Notice, by letter of December 7, 2015.
His case then underwent ‘Results Management’ by the RADO Disciplinary Panel.
The Disciplinary Panel noted that Mr Greaves admitted to the charge, but stated that the infraction was not intentional, that this is a first violation and he waived his right to have the ‘B’ sample analysed.

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