Predicting a ban on Lee Chong Wei

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LCW length of ban for doping offence

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  1. 6 months

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  2. 9 months

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  3. 1 year

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  4. 1.5 years

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  5. 2 years

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  6. no ban

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  1. Cheung

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    Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia has been confirmed of having a drug called dexamethasone in his urine sample during the world championships.

    This carries a maximum ban of 2 years from the sport. What do you think the ban duration will be after the BWF hearing?
     
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  2. AlanY

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    so, it's no chance for him to get away scott free then?
     
  3. Cheung

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    Hmm. You are too sharp today. I can't edit the options.
     
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    2 years... Although I hope for less but I think it will be 2 years...
     
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    Looking at previous cases, dont think so
     
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    Tks [MENTION=7]Cheung[/MENTION] and [MENTION=28659]eaglehelang[/MENTION] and [MENTION=117083]Devendra[/MENTION]

    Here's a translation of the sohu poll. Quite a lot of support for LCW in China.

    Oops still can't use Tapatalk and can't paste in browser.
     
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    you know why, don't you?

    because LCW served better for China than Malaysia, especially in majors.
    he will clear off half of the draw then hand over the gold to the Chinese on the other side of the net in the final, always.
     
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    My experience with shuttlers in China was that they really appreciate talent. They did so with TH
     
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    Then he should have learned and found a better doping doctor until he wins ...;)
    (theoretically speaking... ;))
     
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    haha!! the more incredible the excuse, the more likely that it is true.
     
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    If you are one of the judge, what would you do knowing it's the doc who screwed it up? ;)
     
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    Pity the poor doctor...
     
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    Here's the sohu poll translated...
     

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    The poor doctor will testify for LCW if LCW is willing to waive doctor-patient privilege and promise not to hold him accountable for anything.

    The poor doctor will have to make sure he has not committed any professional misconduct on 17 July or on any other dates.
     
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    i added the 'no ban' option.
     
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    Yes, that last part may be tricky, as he may have used a very new method that's only in early trials and not completely proven yet.
     
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    Can you please add "More than 2 years" as well? Thanks.
     
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