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Kenyan runner Kangogo banned for two years for doping

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Kenyan runner Kangogo banned for two years for doping - Sports Leo

Kenyan long-distance runner Philip Kangogo was banned for doping for two-years by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on Thursday.

Kangogo failed a doping test last year.

The 36-year-old tested positive for the banned substance higenamine after he competed in the  PZU Cracovia Marathon on April 28, 2019, in Poland, after finishing third in a time of 2:13:46.

He has not competed since the test and therefore will be eligible to compete again after July 31, 2021.

This follows Kenyan middle-distance runner Elijah Manangoi’s provisional suspension, in July, by the AIU for missing three doping tests.

Athletes are required to be available for scheduled, and random, drug testing – and if they fail to do so are liable for action to be taken by the AIU.

“What I can say is each of the missed tests happened during 2019, my case has nothing to do with prohibited substances and I have always competed as a clean athlete,” Manangoi was quoted as saying on Kenyan publication Daily Nation.

“I know I have let people down, in particular, my coach and fellow athletes. I also know that no matter what I say here I will be criticised.”

Manangoi is a former world champion in the men’s 1500m at the 2015 World Championships and 2018 Continental Cup.

Manangoi has maintained his innocence, insisting he did not intentionally miss the tests.

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