Original title: Women's 400m champion Nasser is not guilty, Coleman may also be exempt from the East Olympics
On October 21, Beijing time, according to Reuters, the 22-year-old Bahraini women’s 400-meter star Nasser was declared innocent by the World Athletics Integrity Agency. The 2019 Doha World Championship champion will be able to prepare for and participate in the Tokyo Olympics next year. In June this year, the World Athletics Integrity Agency announced that in the past year, Nasser had three flight drug test violations and that she would face a two-year ban. However, after detailed verification, Nasser was declared not guilty. In a similar situation, the American man's 100-meter flying man Coleman may be pardoned.
Nasser was born in Nigeria on May 23, 1998. Her mother is a Nigerian father from Bahrain. She has realized her sprint talent since she was a child and won her first race at the age of 11. In 2014, she naturalized and became a Bahraini nationality. She held the Arab Youth Championship in Cairo and won the women's 200m and 400m championships. Later, she won the women's 400m silver medal in the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games with a time of 52.74. In 2015, she won the championship in the World Junior Championships with a time of 51.50. In the semi-finals of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, she broke the Bahrain national youth record with a time of 50.88.
At the Doha World Championships last year, Nasser defeated Miller of the Bahamas, his main competitor, by 0.23 seconds and won the championship in 48.14 seconds. This is the best result since 1985 in the women's 400m event. Nasser has always claimed that his goal is to hit the world record of 47.60 seconds held by East German athlete Marita Koch. Koch and Czech sprinter Djemila Kratochvilova are the only two women who have scored 48 seconds in the 400-meter run.
在去年的多哈世界锦标赛上，纳赛尔（Nasser）以0.23秒的时间击败了他的主要竞争对手巴哈马的米勒（Miller of the Bahamas），并在48.14秒内赢得了冠军。这是自1985年以来女子400m比赛中最好的成绩。纳赛尔一直声称自己的目标是打破东德运动员玛丽塔·科赫（Marita Koch）创造的47.60秒的世界纪录。科赫和捷克短跑选手杰米拉·克拉托奇维洛娃（Djemila Kratochvilova）是仅有的两名在400米跑步中得分48万博最新登陆网址秒的女子。
According to the regulations of the World Athletics Federation, athletes must provide the latest whereabouts regularly so that the anti-doping agency can conduct surprise inspections outside the competition. If the athlete does not fill out the form to tell the authorities where he or she can be found, if the athlete is not in the position they say when the tester arrives, these are all violations.
If athletes cannot prove why they cannot participate in the test, three similar violations within 12 months may result in suspension. Depending on the situation, the suspension period will be one to two years.
According to the World Athletics Integrity Agency in June this year, Nasser had four missed inspections and was therefore banned for two years. Nasser defended himself at the time and said: "I have never been a liar, and I will never be. I only missed three drug tests, which is normal, and this can happen to anyone. I don’t want people to be confused in all this. Because I will never cheat. I will never take stimulants. I believe in my abilities and I know I have talent."
On the 6th of this month, the World Sports Court held a hearing for Nasser. After investigation, the court found that the missed test on April 12 last year was not her fault. The results of the court investigation showed that the doping prosecutor who went to Nasser was confused by the house number. The court report showed that Nasser's exact address was incorrect in the IAAF Integrity Agency system. The tester accidentally knocked on a storage room. There were many gas tanks inside the door, so he left. After not finding Nasser, the tester chose to leave. The court ruled that the testers did not find Nasser, which led to a missed test.
The fourth time that Nasser was accused of missing the test was on January 24 this year. It was more than 12 months since the missed test on January 1 last year. Therefore, the World Athletics Integrity Agency finally adopted the opinion of the World Sports Court and cancelled it. The suspension of Nasser.
On June 17 this year, the Track and Field Integrity Committee announced that the American flying man Coleman was initially suspended for three missed doping tests in a year. Once confirmed, he will also face a maximum two-year suspension. Coleman immediately published a long post on the social platform, saying that he had been complaining about the third drug test in the past few months: "I was shopping at a mall 5 minutes away from home, and I had shopping receipts and Payment voucher, but at that time the inspector knocked on the door and did not contact him by phone.” Coleman insisted that this was a premeditated test that was deliberately missed. After Nasser was declared not guilty, Coleman, who is complaining, is also expected to clear his guilt and participate in the Tokyo Olympics next year. (Red)