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Riker Hylton decision delayed by IADP

Published:Monday | July 31, 2017 | 3:56 PM

The Independent Anti-Doping Panel (IADP) which was set to make a ruling regarding the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) versus Riker Hylton hearing has pushed the decision date back from today to Thursday at 9:30am.

The panel said that a decision has already been reached, however, it will not be announced until edits have been finalised on the official documents regarding the matter.

Hylton, a 400m sprinter, is accused by JADCO of breaching Article 2.3 of its rules, alleging that he failed or evaded to submit a sample requested by a collection officer. He was also provisionally suspended from training and competing in track and field until the decision on the airing had been made.