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MotoGP Gossip: Iannone ‘suffered a lot’ without racing, pleads innocence again

Former Ducati, Suzuki and Aprilia MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone has opened up about his time away from racing following his doping ban in 2019.  The 2016 Austrian grand prix winner was initially suspended from all levels of racing for 18 months by the FIM International Disciplinary Court after a urine sample showed the presence of  Drostonalone, an anabolic steroid that is banned by WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) in his system. Iannone appealed the two-year ban, however, it was then extended to a four-year ban by The Court of Arbitration for Sport. The Urine sample in question came at the Malaysian MotoGP which was held on the 3rd of November, therefore resulting in him being disqualified...
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