Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi faces a four-year ban from rugby after his B urine sample tested positive for ‘multiple anabolic steroids and metabolites’.
SA Rugby Magazine reports that The South African Institute for Drug Free Sport has confirmed that Aphiwe Dyantyi’s B-sample has tested positive for banned substances.
"Dyantyi's B sample has come back positive for anabolic steroids & metabolites. The specifics of which are as follows: - metandienone - methyltestosterone - LGD-4033
Dyantyi has now been formally charged with a doping offence for multiple anabolic steroids and metabolites.
According to https://rugbyrocks.com, Dyantyi was tested on 2 July during a Bok training camp and informed by the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport (Saids) on 13 August that his A sample tested positive for a prohibitive substance.
Dyantyi exercised his right to have his B sample analysed.
The B sample was tested at the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) accredited laboratory at the University of the Free State, which confirmed the A-sample results of the presence of the banned substances: metandienone, methyltestosteroneand LGD-4033.
Material derived from SA Rugby Magazine and RugbyRocks.com