ISR 2017 KNBSB Disciplinairy Committee 2017007 T

In August 2017 the Royal Dutch Baseball and Softball Federation (KNBSB) has reported an anti-doping rule violation against the Person after his sample tested positive for 4-Fluoroamphetamine. After notification the Person filed a statement in his defence and waived his right to be heard for the ISR-KNBSB Disciplinairy Committee.

The Person accepted the test result, denied that the violation was intentional and submitted that he could not explain how the substance entered his system. He assumed the substance possible came into his body at a festival through the ingestion of a drink 3 days before he was tested.

The Disciplinary Committee concludes that the Person failed to show how the substance entered his system and that there are no grounds for a reduced sanction.
Therefore the ISR-KNBSB Disciplinary Committee decides on 22 November 2017 to impose a 2 year period of ineligibility on the Person starting on the date of the decision.

Fees and expenses for this committee shall be borne by the Person.

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Date:
22 November 2017
Arbitrator
Doon, J.M.J.M.
Orsouw, B.W.P.M. van
Vilé, E.J.A.
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Dopingautoriteit - Anti-Doping Authority Netherlands
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Netherlands
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Waiver of "right to be heard"
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Baseball-Softball (WBSC) - World Baseball-Softball Confederation
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Dopingautoriteit - Anti-Doping Authority Netherlands (ADAN)
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KNBSB - Koninklijke Nederlandse Baseball en Softball Bond
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S6. Stimulants
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4-Fluoroamphetamine
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