Jukic avoids fine (or ban) over missed doping test


The Austrian anti-doping agency will not fine European short-course 200-meter butterfly champion Dinko Jukic for missing an unannounced doping test in May. Anti-doping officials visited Jukic during a training session at the Wiener Stadionbad on May 24, but left without taking blood samples after the swimmer complained about hygiene conditions, and disagreeing about the timing of the test. The anti-doping agency has warned Jukic over breaching international anti-doping regulations, but ruled that he cannot be held responsible for not cooperating. Read universalsports.com


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