Trinidad and Tobago’s sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye is facing an Anti-Doping violation. Ahye is provisionally suspended from the sport.
Athletics Integrity Unit, an independent body of the IAAF, confirmed the suspension in a tweet on Thursday (12 Sept). “The AIU confirms a Provisional Suspension against Trinidadian sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye for a violation of the IAAF Anti-Doping Rules.”
Ahye, according to the published list, is provisionally suspended for “Whereabouts Failures.”
Ahye, who was a member of Trinidad and Tobago’s Beijing 2015 World Championships 4x100m bronze team, won silver in the women’s 100m at the Pan American Games in Lima Peru on 7 Aug.
Ahye is Trinidad and Tobago’s first-ever female track and field gold medal when she won at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.
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