CAS: WADA lab falsely accused athletes
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Egyptian soccer star Hossam Ghaly and an American female marathon runner were falsely suspected of doping because of a Malaysian laboratory's mistakes, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said in a ruling.
The American runner, who was not identified, avoided a ban because the sport's world governing body and United States anti-doping officials didn't trust her results. The lab failed to consider the possible effects of a birth control pill, the ruling said.
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