The Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (Adak) has suspended Whyvone Isuza and Teddy Osok after they were found doping.
In recent months, the doping menace has rocked the athletics world with ADAK sanctioning 22 athletes whose names are yet to be made public.
In an exclusive by Standard Media Group’s Jonathan Komen, Isuza has been suspended until 2025 with Osok being under a provisional suspension list.
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“And as the matter continues to unravel The Sunday Standard can today reveal the list of drug cheats, whose names had not been made public, but have been sanctioned by Adak,” Komen noted.
“..others are Patrick Kipyegon Terer (four years ineligibility with effect from February 24, 2020); Henry Cheruiyot Kosgei (banned for life with effect from February 4, 2021); Alphas Leken Kishoyian (July 28, 2020, to July 29, 2024); George Ngángá Kimotho (April 2, 2021, to April 3, 2025); Selly Jepkemoi Korir (September 15, 2020, to September 16, 2024); Henry Sang ( October 22, 2020, to October 23, 2024); Joan Rotich Nancy (February 28, 2020, to February 29, 2024); Phenus Kipleting (March 31, 2021, to April 1, 2023); Whyvone Isuza (September 6, 2021, to September 7, 2025); Martha Wanjiru Njoroge (August 4, 2021, to August 5, 2023) and Judith Jengétich (August 4, 2021, to August 25, 2025).
Komen also shared a list of the nine athletes under provisional suspension for non-specific substances.
“They are Teddy Otengo Osok (from March 1, 2022), Keli Everlyne Symbua (from May 29, 2022), Phenus Kipleting (from March 31, 2022), Vincent Kiplangát Koskei (from July 25, 2022), Perister Morangi (July 7, 2022), Stellah Barsosio Chepngétich (from March 1, 2022), Eric Kumari Taki (already sanctioned by Athletics Integrity Unit) and Gloria Kite (from September 2, 2022),” he added.
The revelations come just a week to the commencement of the new Kenyan Premier League season that is set to Kick Off on November 19, 2022.
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