Former University of Manitoba Bisons Player Suspended for Steroid Use

Former University of Manitoba Bisons Player Suspended for Steroid Use

University of Manitoba BisonsA former University of Manitoba football player has been suspended after testing positive for Oxandrolone, a prohibited steroid.

Ranji Atwall was given a four-year sanction from the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports after a sample collected in March tested positive.

The university’s Bison Sports called Atwall’s actions disappointing.

“Bison Sports is disappointed that a student-athlete has chosen to break the terms of their code of conduct agreement with the University and the CIS by violating anti-doping regulations,” said Coleen Dufresne, Athletic Director of Bison Sports. “The University of Manitoba is unequivocally opposed to the use of any banned substance or performance-enhancing drugs or practices in contravention of the rules of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES).”

— Staff

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