The date for Australian swimmer Shayna Jack's appeal against a four-year doping ban has been set by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) but will not be made public.
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has criticised what she claims is a "seriously flawed" anti-doping system and said she is ready to win her fight against her four-year ban after receiving an update on her case from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack is reportedly set to take the stand during her Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) hearing after she appealed her four-year ban for testing positive for a prohibited substance.
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has claimed cross-contamination could have caused her positive drugs test which has left her facing a four-year ban from the sport.
Founding World Anti-Doping Agency President Richard Pound has criticised Australia's "holier than thou" stance on doping after Commonwealth Games gold medallist Shayna Jack revealed she had failed a drugs test.
The International Swimming League (ISL) has banned Australia’s Shayna Jack after she tested positive for banned anabolic agent Ligandrol.
Commonwealth Games gold medallist Shayna Jack has confirmed her 'A' and 'B' samples tested positive for banned anabolic agent Ligandrol as Swimming Australia defended its handling of a case which has sent shockwaves through the World Aquatics Championships.
Australian Commonwealth Games gold medallist Shayna Jack has failed a drugs test, admitting that was the reason she mysteriously left the World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju earlier this month "for personal reasons".