REGINA RAMS LINE­BACKER FAILS DOP­ING TEST AT CFL COM­BINE

Cape Breton Post - - Sports -

Univer­sity of Regina line­backer Michael Ste­fanovic (above) had an anti-dop­ing rule vi­o­la­tion as­serted against him by the Cana­dian Cen­tre for Ethics in Sport on Thurs­day after he tested pos­i­tive dur­ing an out-of-com­pe­ti­tion dop­ing con­trol. Ste­fanovic’s urine sam­ple, col­lected at the Cana­dian Foot­ball League’s Western Re­gional Com­bine on March 23, re­vealed the pres­ence of drostanolone, a pro­hib­ited an­abolic agent. He is pur­su­ing a hear­ing to con­test the CCES’s as­ser­tion of a vi­o­la­tion. His case re­mains open un­til the con­clu­sion of the hear­ing and any sub­se­quent ap­peal. At this point, he does not have an an­ti­dop­ing rule vi­o­la­tion. Ste­fanovic is el­i­gi­ble for Sunday’s CFL draft.

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