Team Canada personnel had no idea that ‘coca’ tea translated as cocaine when picking it from the breakfast buffet in their Pan Am Games hotel.
Court of Arbitration for Sport exonerated Nicole Walker from a positive test but her affected results at Lima 2019 were not reinstated.
"We are extremely disappointed...to lose this case on appeal is more than disheartening." ~ FEI secretary general Sabrina Ibáñez.
The decision and Rankings revision means that a Sri Lankan show jumper will now get the individual spot previously awarded to Hong Kong.
CAS judges upheld Pan American Sports request to disqualify Canada for the failed dope test; can now send just one jumping athlete to Tokyo.
Appeal became ‘moot’ after CAS ruled in favour of suspending all disciplines, not just endurance which had caused the latest crisis.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has upheld the suspension of the United Arab Emirates National Federation in respect to all disciplines.
The FEI quietly reinstated the Canadian Show Jumping Team member, who had tested positive for cocaine at the 2019 Pan Am Games, as of Sept. 26, 2020.
Sport’s highest court says the Spanish chef d’equipe was provoked before shouting at the ground jury for cancelling the WEG 2018 ride.
Court of Arbitration for Sport rules that the FEI legal process for horse abuse fulfils its statutory obligation and laudatory goal to uphold horse welfare.