Paralympic skier suspended for doping violation
COLORADO SPRING, Colorado ” The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says paralympic alpine skier Bradley Washburn has accepted a suspension for a doping violation.
USADA said the 22-year-old Washburn, of Tabernash, Colo., tested positive for a marijuana metabolite on April 2 at the U.S. Adaptive Nationals.
Washburn was given a three-month suspension effective May 29, but it was reduced to time served after he completed an anti-doping educational program on Monday.
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