Last Updated: 06/07/12 3:39pm
Myroslav Dykun: Banned for two years
British wrestler Myroslav Dykun has been banned for two years for violating anti-doping rules.
Dykun, who won gold in the 66kg category in 2010 at the Commonwealth Games, was informed of a failed test earlier this year and given a provisional ban.
"This case proves that the system is working.
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The Ukraine-born athlete tested positive for methamphetamine and is ineligible to compete until 29 April 2014.
Andy Parkinson, UK Anti-Doping Chief Executive, said: "Our pre-Games prevention programme was put in place to ensure that only clean athletes represent Great Britain and this case proves that the system is working.
"When the eyes of the world fall on London later this month, we want the public to have confidence in clean sport and understand that doping of any kind will not be tolerated."
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