Carina Horn: South African sprinter tests positive for banned substance

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After violating anti-doping rules south Africa sprinter Carina Horn has been suspended.
Horn tested positive for Ibutamoren and the agent LGD-4033, according to the Athletics Integrity Unit of the International Athletics Federation.
The 30-year-old is that the very first female South African to operate sub-11 moments in the 100m, clocking 10.98 seconds.
She had been expected to be a part of their national team at the World Championships in Doha later this month.
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