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ብዙ የማይታወቅ ያሉት ግርማይና አበባ አረጋዊ ሃይል ሰጭ እጽ በመጠቀማቸው ታገዱ፡፡ግርማይ በዚህ ጉዳይ መታሰር የመጀመሪያው ይሆናል፡፡የስፖርት ፌደሬሽኑ አዲሱ ፕረዚዳንት ሃይሌ ገብረስላሴ ጠንካራ አዋጅ ካላቸው ሃገሮች መካከል ሃገሪቱ እንድትቆጠር አድርጓል ይላል ሪፖርቱ፡፡

WADA Warns Against Jailing Doping Cheats as Ethiopian Faces Sentence
February 12, 2017
Little Known Ethiopian Marathoner Girmay Birhanu To Be First Athlete Jailed for Positive Doping Result
By Adam Kopet, DyeStat Editor
Under the leadership of two-time Olympic champion Haile Gebrselassie, Ethiopia has criminalized the use of drugs for athletic enhancement. Those new laws are now being put to the test as the first athlete is set to be jailed for a doping offense.
Girmay Birhanu, a little known marathoner, will be the first athlete to face consequences under the new law. According to the Sydney Morning Harold, Birhanu has tested positive for meldonium from an out-of-competition test. In addition to a ban from the sport, he faces up to three years in prison.
Meldonium was first added to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) banned substance list in 2016. Its addition came under fire in the first few months of 2016 when WADA admitted how they were unsure how long meldonium stayed in the body after use, making it possible to have followed the rules, but still test positive months later.

Other athletes to be caught using meldonium include Sweden's Abeba Aregawi, the 2013 World 1,500-meter champion, and Russian tennis star, Maria Sharapova. Sharapova will be eligible to return to action in April after a 15-month ban.
The 30-year-old Birhanu set a personal best at the Dubai Marathon in 2014 with a time of 2:05:49. If he serves all three years of his prison term, his running career will likely be over.There is still a great deal of debate to take place about criminalizing doping. The pro-criminalization camp argues that doping is a form of fraud and should thus be punished accordingly.
Ross Tucker, writing for Business Live, believes three-year prison sentences go too far in punishing athletes, especially if the coaches, managers and doctors who hand out the drugs go unpunished.
Italy, France, Spain, Austria and Germany all have some kind of anti-doping laws, although the severity of punishment varies from country to country. Germany has introduced legislation that would be similar to Ethiopia's new law.
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