The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport has sentencedtwo teenagers who tested positive for banned anabolic steroids at Craven Ruby Week in June 2011.

An independent anti-doping tribunal imposed two year bans on both teenagers after they tested positive for Nandrolone and Methandienone, anabolic steroids.

“The Institute has sent correspondence to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to seek clarity on the South African approach to in-school testing so that we can proceed without falling foul of international sport regulations,” said SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport’s CEO, Khalid Galant.