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    Yoo Yeon Seong and Kim Sa Rang have been paired for the India and Singapore Opens.

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    They only violated administrative procedures by not "providing whereabouts"... they never refused or tried to avoid any tests and have always passed their tests for international events.

    It's a bit unfair and out of the ordinary for them to impose such a heavy weight punishment for what deserved only warning, or at the most a fine to their association.


    Banning two WD pairs from 2012 Olympics was already enough... it forced Kim Min Jung and Ha Jung Eun out of early retirement.

    Now they're pulling this to the Korean team... by taking out 2 of their key players.


    I'm sick of this "disciplinary hearing" and want to hear a clear reason and a legitimate reason as to WHY they banned the players!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heong View Post
    They only violated administrative procedures by not "providing whereabouts"... they never refused or tried to avoid any tests and have always passed their tests for international events.

    It's a bit unfair and out of the ordinary for them to impose such a heavy weight punishment for what deserved only warning, or at the most a fine to their association.


    Banning two WD pairs from 2012 Olympics was already enough... it forced Kim Min Jung and Ha Jung Eun out of early retirement.

    Now they're pulling this to the Korean team... by taking out 2 of their key players.


    I'm sick of this "disciplinary hearing" and want to hear a clear reason and a legitimate reason as to WHY they banned the players!
    refer to post#1.
    which part of it isn't clear or you don't understand?

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    p.s This is a good time for both players to do their military services.

    Lee Yong Dae might not have to because he won the Olympic gold for mixed. But KKJ will have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heong View Post
    p.s This is a good time for both players to do their military services.

    Lee Yong Dae might not have to because he won the Olympic gold for mixed. But KKJ will have to.
    Yep, already mentioned 4 posts before yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanY View Post
    refer to post#1.
    which part of it isn't clear or you don't understand?
    Read the post you quoted. Which part of it is not clear or you don't understand?
    He finds the decision unfair, and he has the right to say that.

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    Has any other badminton player been banned in the past for this type of infraction or testing positive for PED?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Has any other badminton player been banned in the past for this type of infraction or testing positive for PED?
    I remember that Malaysian player (sorry can't remember his name off hand) got banned for something found in his cold medication or something a few years back

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    I remember that Malaysian player (sorry can't remember his name off hand) got banned for something found in his cold medication or something a few years back
    Here, it was discussed on the Forum

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ive-for-doping

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    What about the Zhou Mi thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Has he done his compulsory 1yr military training yet? If not, this will be a good time...
    I'm not sure who is meant by 'he'. Yoo is currently serving his 21-month, as are Ko and Son and all 3 have also been admitted to the national team for that time.
    Quote Originally Posted by Heong View Post
    p.s This is a good time for both players to do their military services.

    Lee Yong Dae might not have to because he won the Olympic gold for mixed. But KKJ will have to.
    For the sport division of the military, they only take athletes at one time of a year and Kim Ki Jung was not among the ones brought in along with Ko Sung Hyun and Kim Dae Eun on December 23rd. Lee and Shin Baek Cheol are exempt, because of their medals. Kim Ki Jung and Kim Sa Rang were likely hoping for Asian Games gold so that they could earn exemptions.

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    The BWF has imposed a fine of USD 40,000 on the Korean Badminton Association for negligence. This is for failing in its duty of care to Lee Yong-Dae and Kim Ki-Jung.

    The BWF's disciplinary committee said the Association had failed to keep the players duly informed about anti-doping regulations.

    Well, setting the $40,000 aside, I wonder where this leaves the banned players!

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    Imposing the fine on KBA for negligence actually diverts some of the blame away from the players, otherwise it would have been more detrimental to Korean badminton as a whole if the involved players are perceived as largely to blame.

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    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/news_item.aspx?id=82484

    BKA ‘Negligent’ in Players’ Whereabouts Violations


    Friday, March 28, 2014 - Text by Gayle Alleyne | BWF

    Badminton Korea Association (BKA) has been found negligent and fined USD $40,000 regarding the Whereabouts anti-doping violations for which players, Kim Ki Jung and Lee Yong Dae, were sanctioned earlier this year.
    A BWF Disciplinary Committee determined that BKA breached the BWF Anti-Doping Regulations – which BKA admitted – and that BKA failed in its duty of care for these two players through administrative failure, thereby contributing to the three strikes against the players which made them ineligible.The charges against BKA related to negligence in communication with the players and BWF about necessary information; failing to educate BKA players and staff on essential elements of the Whereabouts and Anti-Doping Programmes and making false representation to BWF by communication, without proper consent and communication from Kim and Lee.The Committee also strongly recommended that BKA makes Korean players responsible for updating their own Whereabouts information in the WADA online ADAMS system since players are ultimately responsible for failures under the WADA Anti-Doping Code and BWF Anti-Doping Regulations. Additionally, BKA has been advised to seek support from the Korea Anti-Doping Agency on establishing an enhanced anti-doping framework, including educating BKA players, coaches, team managers and other staff about the Whereabouts Programme and relevant obligations under the BWF Anti-Doping Regulations.The BKA, which was also ordered to refund BWF for the cost of the players’ missed tests (Clause 12.2.3), has 21 days to appeal.In January, Kim and Lee were sanctioned for one year each for accumulating three Whereabouts failures under the BWF Anti-Doping Regulations (Section 2.4), as part of BWF’s Registered Testing Pool of International Level badminton athletes. At that time, BKA’s failure to make diligent efforts to keep BWF informed of the players’ Whereabouts was noted and it was recommended that BKA also be sanctioned under the BWF Anti-Doping Regulation (12.1 and 12.2.3).


    http://www.bwfbadminton.org/file.aspx?id=541900&dl=1
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    Awesome, so BWF just has to have a few more infractions and fines like this each year and they would've raised enough cash prizes for another SS Premier event. Or they can have a nice grand year end party and give themselves a nice bonus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Awesome, so BWF just has to have a few more infractions and fines like this each year and they would've raised enough cash prizes for another SS Premier event. Or they can have a nice grand year end party and give themselves a nice bonus.
    Ransom money lah!

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    http://www.bwfbadminton.com/news_item.aspx?id=83055

    The decision has been reversed, LYD and KKJ a free to play as of 3 days ago!!

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    And I have just seen there is a whole thread about itI

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