Sweden's former world 1500 metres champion Abeba Aregawi plans to consult one of the country's leading doctors before she takes anything after testing positive for meldonium earlier this year.
Former 1500 metres world champion Abeba Aregawi could be cleared to compete at next month’s Olympic Games after the Swedish Doping Commission (SDC) lifted her suspension for testing positive for meldonium.
Maria Sharapova’s announcement this week that she failed a doping test at the Australian Open has had a notable performance-enhancing effect upon the already vigorous level of debate over drugs in sport.
Former world 1500 metres champion Abeba Aregawi is facing a ban of up to four years after it was confirmed that her B-sample had confirmed traces of meldonium.
Tokyo Marathon winner Endeshaw Negesse has become the first Ethiopian named in connection with a failed drugs test following reports that as many as nine athletes from the distance running powerhouse are under investigation.
Abeba Aregawi, Sweden’s former world 1500 metres champion, has tested positive for a banned substance.