Victoria Ohuruogu cleared but says anti-doping investigation ‘cost me great deal’

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  • Ohuruogu pictured at track with boyfriend Antonio Infantino
  • Italian sprinter is banned but British 400m runner exonerated

The British sprinter Victoria Ohuruogu has described her anguish at missing out on the chance to win a world relay medal last year after a 16-month anti-doping investigation cleared her of any wrongdoing.

UK Anti-Doping (Ukad) launched its case in December 2022 after Ohuruogu was photographed at a London track alongside her Italian sprinter boyfriend, Antonio Infantino, who is currently serving a three-year doping ban. Athletes are not allowed to work “in a professional capacity” with anyone suspended from the sport.

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Written by Ben Bloom
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2024/mar/21/victoria-ohuruogu-cleared-ukad-laments-missing-world-championship-medal-chance-athletics under the title “Victoria Ohuruogu cleared but says anti-doping investigation ‘cost me great deal’”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.