Carter & Teammates Reportedly Cleared Of Doping Offences
Racing 92 fly-half Dan Carter has reportedly been cleared of doping after being questioned by a commission last week.
L’Equipe report that Carter was notified on Saturday “following an investigation by the medical commission of the French Rugby Federation.”
Carter, along with team-mates Joe Rokocoko and Juan Imhoff, were all questioned after testing positive for corticosteroids following last season’s Top 14 final.
Racing are yet to confirm that they have been notified of the decision, despite L’Equipe‘s report, although the newspaper also expects that Rokocoko and Imhoff will have been cleared.
The news ten days ago sparked a major discussion regarding the use of TUEs in the sport
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