Canadian Olympic medallist Christine de Bruin has acquired a three-year suspension after she examined optimistic for using a prohibited anabolic agent, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) introduced on Friday.
An out-of-competition urine pattern taken in August revealed the SARM LGD-4033 substance, recognized to extend lean muscle mass, in de Bruin’s system.
The 33-year-old Stony Plain, Alta., native will not have the ability to compete or practice with teammates throughout the sanction.
(*3*) to a CCES report, de Bruin admitted to the violation and waived her proper to a listening to in October, when signing an Early Admission and Acceptance Agreement, decreasing the relevant four-year suspension by one yr.
De Bruin completed fifth within the two-woman bobsleigh occasion with associate Kristen Bujnowski. De Bruin additionally competed at the 2018 PyeongChang Games, the place she positioned seventh within the two-woman occasion.
CBC Sports has reached out to Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton for remark.