Kamil Sokolowski has acquired a three-year ban from UK Anti-Doping after testing constructive for a ‘prohibited substance’ after his defeat to Frazer Clarke.
Sokolowski was crushed on factors by Clarke final November, however UKAD has now confirmed the Britain-based Pole returned antagonistic analytical findings in a urine check following the six-round bout.
A UKAD assertion learn: “Polish skilled boxer Kamil Sokolowski has been banned from all sport for a interval of three years following Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) for the Presence and Use of a Prohibited Substance.
“On 12 November 2022, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) collected an In-Competitors urine Pattern from Mr Sokolowski after his battle towards Frazer Clarke on the AO Area in Manchester. Evaluation of Mr Sokolowski’s Pattern returned Adversarial Analytical Findings (AAFs) for the exogenous origin of testosterone and its Metabolites.
“Testosterone is listed below part S1.1 of the World Anti-Doping Company (WADA) 2022 Prohibited Listing as an anabolic androgenic steroid. It’s a non-Specified substance which, when administered exogenously, is prohibited in sport always.
“On 21 April 2023, UKAD notified Mr Sokolowski of the AAFs and issued him with a Provisional Suspension from sport.
“Mr Sokolowski responded to UKAD’s Discover on 30 April 2023 indicating that he used a complement which he believed contained the Prohibited Substances present in his Pattern.
“On 26 Could 2023, UKAD charged Mr Sokolowski with the fee of ADRVs for the Presence and Use of Prohibited Substances. Mr Sokolowski admitted the ADRVs and accepted the asserted interval of Ineligibility. In accordance with ADR Article 10.8.1, Mr Sokolowski was capable of cut back the asserted four-year interval of Ineligibility to a few years, after admitting the violations and accepting the asserted interval of Ineligibility inside twenty days of the Cost Letter.”
Clarke has added 4 extra victories to his unbeaten report since going through Sokolowski and most not too long ago accomplished a stoppage win over David Allen this month.