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RUS M: Prohibited substance found in Moroz’s doping test is cocaine

by WoV
source: tass.ru; Photo: vc-dynamo.ru

Russian media revealed which forbidden substance was found in the blood of the Russian Men’s Volleyball player Pavel Moroz that led to his 18-month disqualification.



A few days ago, former Russian national team member (2012-2015), for which he collected 22 caps, Moroz was caught doping and disqualified from playing Volleyball for a year and a half.

Referring to the sources from the Russian Anti-doping Agency (RUSADA), the country’s news agency TASS revealed that a substance that was found in the athlete’s doping test in November 2018 was cocaine!

The last club for which a 32-year-old opposite hitter Moroz performed was Dinamo-LO Leningrad region.



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