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Monday 30, Jan 2012

  Women’s featherweight champion suspended for steroids

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Cristiane Justino Santos, 26, the Strikeforce women’s featherweight champion and considered by many as the baddest woman on the planet, tested positive for anabolic steroids the day before her most devastating career win.

According to a release by the California State Athletic Commission, the featherweight champion, better known as “Cyborg,” tested positive for the anabolic steroid Stanozolol, also known as Winstrol.

The test took place on Dec. 16, the day before she knocked out the top contender for the title, Japan’s Hiroko Yamanaka, in just 16 seconds.

Thursday 01, Dec 2011

  Drugs ban hit SA boxing champion

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After testing positive for anabolic steroids, SA featherweight champion Matima Molefe has been banned for two years by the SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport.

The urine sample of Molefe that was taken by the institute’s officials on May 29 this year after a title fight in East London had illegal substances.

Galant added, “Boxing combines high-level co-ordination of gross motor skills with speed and strength. By focusing on illegal performance gains from steroids and ignoring the consequences that a doping ban can have, boxers are placing their championship status and earning potential at risk.”

Wednesday 30, Nov 2011

  South African boxer banned

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The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport has banned SA Boxing Featherweight champion Matima Molefe for two years.

The ban was imposed after Molefe tested positive for anabolic steroids after the featherweight title fight in May this year.

“Boxing is a sport that combines high level co-ordination of gross motor skills with speed and strength. By focusing on illegal performance gains from steroids and ignoring the consequences that a doping ban can have, boxers are placing their championship status and earning potential at risk,.” Gallant said.

Tuesday 29, Nov 2011

  Doping ban for featherweight champ

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The boxing featherweight champion from South Africa, Matima Molefe, has been banned for a period of two years from the sport.

The boxer was banned over anabolic steroids, according to a statement by the Institute for Drug-Free Sport recently.

“Due to the number of adverse analytical findings that we have experienced in boxing over the last two to three years, we have increased our testing and anti-doping education to professional boxing,” Galant said.