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Mozgi Gets Four Year Ban


Cheaters never win and the sooner that some athletes understand this, the better off sports will be and not just in Canada that involves sports from minor to pro.

Now we are hearing that Milan Mogzi (20) failed a drugs test June 26 and is having his suspension backdated to August 7, which means he is allowed to keep his Gold medal he won as a part of the K2 500m at the European Championships in Belgrade earlier this past June.

The suspension keeps him out of the competition at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as well as the next two World Championships, with the first scheduled in Hungary in 2019.

The suspension means that he will not be allowed to return to competition until August 2022, where he claimed Gold in the men’s K4 team at the 2017 European Championships in Bulgaria.

The International Canoe Federation confirmed the sanction that was handed down or assessed by the Hungarian Anti-Doping Group in which it was mentioned “Mozgi tested positive to synthetic erythropoietin, or EPO, following a test carried out on June 26 this year.”

He was a member of the K2-500 crew that won Gold at the European Canoe Sprint Championships in June and the Hungarian Anti-Doping Group again mentioned “That result will stand as the positive test came later that month in an out-of-competition test.”

Thanks to Liam Morgan Senior Chief Reporter for Inside The Games

Second Wave Competitions

The announcement follows the release of the schedule for 16 events contains the schedule for 20 more in sports including athletics, swimming, wrestling, cycling, tennis, canoeing and handball.

The test event calendar will be implemented in three waves, with the first focusing on outdoor sports and due to be held between June and September, 2019.

The second series of test events take place October 2019 to February 2020, with a finals announced in January taking place between March and May 2020 that will see 56 test events held by the end of May 2020.

Some will be in the form of scheduled international sporting events that happen to be taking place in Japan during the build-up to the Tokyo 2020 Games, while others will be dedicated Olympic and Paralympic test events organised by Tokyo 2020.

The International Gymnastics Federation Trampoline Gymnastics Championships are scheduled for the Ariake Gymnastics Centre from November 28 to December 1 next year.

Similarly the International Swimming Federation has planned a Diving World Cup and Artistic Swimming Olympic Qualification Tournament at Tokyo Aquatics Centre between April and May 2020.

The Tokyo 2020 wrestling test event will take place at the Makuhari Messe Hall A from October 3 to 5 next year.

Mountain bike and BMX racing events are scheduled later in that month, as is the tennis test event at Ariake Tennis Park.

The canoe slalom test will run at the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre from October 25 to 27.

Handball’s test event will be the National Championships at Yoyogi National Stadium November 21 to 24, with the swimming test event to be held April 16th, 2020 at Tokyo Aquatics Centre.

The athletics test event – the Tokyo Challenge Track Meet – is scheduled at the Olympic Stadium from May 5 to 6, 2020.

The wheelchair rugby test event will be at the Yoyogi National Stadium from March 12 to 15, 2020, the Para-swimming test event will be at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on April 16, 2020, and the Para-athletics event will be held at the Olympic Stadium from May 2 to 3, 2020.

Overall, 56 test events will have been held by the end of May 2020.