MONACO (AP) — More than six years after the London Olympics, the IAAF has provisionally suspended an athlete from Kazakhstan who tested positive for two anabolic steroids in a re-analysis program.
The Athletics Integrity Unit says Natalya Ivoninskaya tested positive for turinabol and stanozolol in London. She was eliminated in the 100-meter hurdles heats.
The AIU says an International Olympic Committee disciplinary case is pending.
The IOC has continued re-testing samples from London in a program that initially included the 2008 Beijing Olympics. More than 100 doping offenses were found, most using more accurate testing for steroids.