Sprinter Thando Dlodlo has been banned for two and a half years after testing positive for “testosterone and related compounds”.
Dlodlo’s name is on the list of athletes found guilty of doping, published by the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (say†
According to the Saids, there was a “prohibited substance or its metabolites or creators” in the athlete’s sample.
The substance was identified as “testosterone and its related compounds”, and as a result, Dlodlo has been banned for two years and six months.
Dlodlo was part of the team to achieve its first-ever gold medal at the World Athletics Relays, with the national 4x100m team delivering a memorable performance last year in the final in Silesia, Poland.