Olympian Peter Bol says he has been cleared on any doping charges by Sport Integrity Australia (SIA).
In January, Bol tested positive for synthetic erythropoietin (EPO) in his A sample and was suspended from competitions.
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The following month, Bol’s B sample returned an atypical finding, seeing his ban lifted – however SIA continued their investigations.
Bol maintained his innocence from the beginning.
“It was a false positive like I have said all along!” Bol said in a statement posted to X.
“The news from Sport Integrity Australia today was a dream come true.”
Bol says now his priority is the World Athletics Championships in Hungary and is in “good form and feeling well”.
The World Anti-Doping Agency will now review its EPO testing to prevent any more false positives in the future.
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