Jamie Kermond returned a optimistic A-sample for a cocaine metabolite on June 26.
Australian showjumper Jamie Kermond was Wednesday provisionally suspended from the Tokyo Olympics after testing optimistic for cocaine, crew officials stated. The 36-year-old returned a optimistic A-sample for a cocaine metabolite on June 26 following a take a look at by Sport Integrity Australia. “Mr. Kermond is prohibited from participating in any WADA-compliant event, including the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, while the provisional suspension is in place,” Equestrian Australia stated in a press release.
Under Australia’s anti-doping coverage, he now has the chance to have his B-sample analysed.
According to Australian experiences, Kermond didn’t journey with the remaining of the crew once they flew to Tokyo on Tuesday.