Cycling, doping & the importance of due process: A review of the Karl Murray caseAni Ghazikhanian
In a decision1 dated 13 October 2017, a Panel from Sports Tribunal of New Zealand found cyclist Karl Murray liable for committing an anti-doping rule violation. Murray was competing in the Tour of Northland when he tested positive for Clenbuterol2 in a sample provided on 18 March 2017.
This article reviews the Tribunal’s decision, looking specifically at:
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- Tags: Anti-Doping | Board of Drug Free Sport New Zealand | Cycling | New Zealand | Prohibited List | WADA Code 2015 | WADA International Standard for Testing and Investigations (ISTI) | World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
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About the Author
Ani Ghazikhanian is a staff attorney at Jones Day and guides clients in the resolution of commercial disputes in business and tort litigation. She currently works on the representation of Experian, one of the three national consumer credit reporting agencies, in individual consumer credit litigation brought under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2019, Ani served as a legal intern with the Minnesota Vikings Football organization as well as with LawInSport, a leading online international sports law publication.