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FIH Official Communication
18 Jul 2008 08:26
 

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) advises as follows the outcome of the hearing of the FIH Judicial Commission regarding the anti-doping tests of two Spanish players which took place during the Women’s World Hockey Olympic Qualifier in Baku, Azerbaijan, in April 2008:

  • Player Gloria Comerma - tested on 18 April 2008

    The FIH Judicial Commission found that there was an anti-doping rule violation but that she established that there was no fault or negligence on her part so there is no requirement to impose a sanction.
  • Second Spanish player - tested on 20 April 2008

    The FIH Judicial Commission found that no anti-doping rule violation has been committed.

Following the decision of the FIH Judicial Commission, the FIH considers the cases as closed and no other communication will be made.


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