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&Babu ldquo and also Thodi are with effect never allowed to participate in the game titles.

An investigation was then carried out by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, which revealed Babu had admitted to ownership of a bag where a syringe was found.

"There is a lot of confusion in the whole episode", he said.

"The Cameroon Commonwealth Games Team is sad to announce that eight of the 24 athletes they took to..." This is a big question, how they confirmed this syringe belongs to both.

"Irfan and Rakesh will not be allowed to partake in the Games".

Cornish says there are reports that there are a number of these athletes in Melbourne who have already asked for asylum. If he has done something wrong they penalised him, it's OK. "So we are appealing on this ground". Irfan Kolothum Thodi and Rakesh Babu were found guilty as a needle was found in their room. It's clear that many leave in search of a better life outside of their home countries.

National Party spokesperson for Sport and Recreation Nikki Kaye is heading to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games tomorrow to show her support for our Kiwi athletes.

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Patil abandoned needles within the place, dividing CGF rules in their proper storage and had administered a Vitamin B complex injection to your ailing boxer.

Testimony of a cleaning manager who found a cup containing a needle in one of the athletes' bedrooms was considered "credible".

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Opening ceremony - Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast, Australia - April 4, 2018 - Athletes of Cameroon attend the opening ceremony.

The athletes denied all knowledge of the needles, said the CGF in dismissing their evidence.

"The CGF shall notify Vikram Singh Sisodia, Namdev Shirgaonker and Ravinder Chaudhry any further infractions by nearly any part of this Indian team of this "no-needle" coverage could lead to the lack of accreditation of this offending individual", he explained.

Babu has been banned from competing in the triple jump final tomorrow as a result of the decision from the CGF's Federation Court, which deals with disciplinary matters at the Games.

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