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BFI to field Jasmine to retake 57kg quota after Hooda suspension.
May 18, 2024 05:30 pm

Divya Delhi: The International Testing Agency (ITA) sanctioned 57kg boxer Parveen Hooda for 22 months after her three whereabouts failures between April 2022 and May 2023. BFI verified in an official release that Parveen's ban is 14 months starting May 17, 2024, due to the eight-month backdate. Her punishment ends on July 16, 2025, therefore she will miss the Paris Olympics. We did our hardest to get the greatest result, but unfortunately. Parveen's lawyer, Vidushpat Singhania, said they saved 10 months of her career despite the maximum penalty of 24 months. Players in WADA's Registered Testing Pool (RTP) must report their locations periodically. As per WADA, "any combination of three whereabouts failures (filing failure and/or missed test) within a period of 12 months constitute an anti-doping rule violation, for which the applicable sanction is 2 years' ineligibility subject to a reduction to a minimum of 1 year depending on your degree of fault." "Ms. Hooda failed to accurately and consistently input her whereabouts information because she lacked the skills and technical know-how to operate the Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS) platform. In this case, Ms. Hooda failed to comply due to her lack of ADAMS platform knowledge and technical comprehension "Singhania added.