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    Come on guys, the rules are clear and if you stick to being a pro, you have to follow the rules.

    No doubt the rules are very strict and demanding, but anyone knows what he has to do and that he has to reveal his position without a gap.

    Stick to the rules or get banned, that's the life of pros in almost every sport nowadays. And I think it's a good thing for a fairer and cleaner world!!

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    What does testing mean - they just have to provide urine sample right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman View Post
    It's strange only these 2 players had problems scheduling the tests. If it was an honest mistake, I feel sorry for them. But in most of these cases - they are avoiding the tests. In my opinion top level athletes in any sports are doing something that's borderline illegal - just too tough to compete in high levels without help.
    Surprised they would name such a high profile athlete - usually you would sweep it under the rug and grab a low level guy and throw him/her under the bus - like they do in tennis.

    Kinda agree. WADA visited the training centre and only pick Lee and Kim? What about other players? I think if they(other KBA players) are playing in international tourney, surely there's lots of other korea player that will be in the same tournament. And being in the same tourney, they must have submitted names of others that were picked for the doping test. Just wondering if only Lee and Kim were the only ones that got picked.

    Not picking on Lee and Kim, but just want to how many players from KBA picked by WADA for the test. If anyone could let us know, its appreciated.

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    Well. I don't think they actually were taking PED's, there were some old threads a while back that stated that badminton is one of the cleanest sports, and I still think it is. That BKA is not the best run of organisations sounds more plausible, but LYD and KKJ still should take some of the blame, stuff like this shouldn't be allowed to halt your career in this way.

    Perhaps badminton will show up once again in Swedish news, was a while since the US Open "fight"...

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    From what I understood he hasn't used anything. So we shouldn't rush to conclusions here.

    They just failed to even attend those doping tests and that is sadly enough to get banned.

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    From what I read, it is clearly stated that BWF sanctioned these players due to the negligence from the association (BKA) in filing certain report of the players' whereabouts.

    This issuance of the sanction is not based on doping test result from the players' urine or blood, or any other forms of misconduct within the terms of doping rulings.

    I really wish they could fight and use their rights of appeal by the end of 17 February 2014.

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    Appeal? on what ground?

    the ban already reduced from 2 to 1 year after the players answered the charges at the Hearing Panel.
    as they'd missed tests 3 times, 'guilty as charged' does come to my mind.

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    Well I don't know what would be a solid ground to defend their position, due to the fact that I am not qualified in BWF's laws and regulations. Nevertheless, if I were them, I would do all available (and lawful) recourse against the sanction, and to (at least) reduce the period of sentence.

    I just read that there is still option for them to file an appeal from this link =

    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=80675


    Kim and Lee have the right to appeal (Clause 13.2.1 of BWF Anti-Doping Regulations) to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland, at latest midnight KL time on 17 February, 2014.

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    The missed doping tests are as bad as a failed doping test (for obvious reasons if you think about it for one second...).
    Therefore, they are already lucky to get only one year ban.

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    Wow, I wonder if the truth will ever come out. Accidentally missing the tests or deliberate attempt to not get caught.

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    BWF do this to serve a warning to others to take drug test!

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    I hope the Koreans will clean up their Association if it turns out they are at fault. The MDs are much less interesting without lee and Yoo.

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    BKA should be fined as well.
    Unless they are covering up everything

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    LYD stops training and hires a top lawyer

    http://www.badzine.net/news/yong-dae...-lawyer/28824/

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcom View Post
    BKA should be fined as well.
    Unless they are covering up everything

    Something about the South Koreans that are always screwing themselves up. The KBA is so centralized that not a single person dare to be proactive to take care of business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pho89 View Post
    LYD stops training and hires a top lawyer

    http://www.badzine.net/news/yong-dae...-lawyer/28824/
    so what are the consequences of hiring a lawyer ???

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