Banned sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson is not on the Olympic roster launched by USA Observe and Subject.
The choice means the American’s optimistic check for marijuana will price her an opportunity at operating on the relay group in Tokyo, along with her spot within the 100-meter particular person race.
Richardson’s optimistic check nullified her win at Olympic trials final month and the spot that went with it within the 100.
Her 30-day suspension was set to finish earlier than the beginning of the relays in Tokyo.
That left open the likelihood she might run on the relay group.
However her identify was lacking from the roster USATF despatched out Tuesday.
In an announcement, the USATF mentioned they had been “extremely sympathetic towards Sha’Carri Richardson’s extenuating circumstances” and that they totally agree that “worldwide guidelines relating to marijuana must be reevaluated,” the Related Press reported.
Richardson gained the 100 on the Olympic trials on June 19, however every week earlier than the trials, her mom handed, and he or she mentioned she smoked marijuana to manage.
She examined optimistic for THC, which is the chemical present in marijuana, on the Olympic trials.
Subsequently her win was erased, which implies no Olympics for the 21-year-old sprinter, who was anticipated to problem gold medals in Tokyo.