British sprinter CJ Ujah has been banned for 22 months after he tested positive for two banned substances at the Tokyo Olympics.
However, he has been cleared of intentionally taking prohibited drugs by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) and World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Britain was stripped of its Olympic men’s 4x100m silver medal after Ujah tested positive for Ostarine and S-23.
The ban is backdated to 6 August 2021 and will end on 5 June 2023.
The AIU and WADA ruled that the sprinter’s anti-doping rule violation (ADRV) was not intentional and it was instead a result of his ingestion of a contaminated supplement.
The applicable two-year period of ineligibility was reduced by two months on account of the 28-year-old’s prompt admittance of the violation.