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Why Shayna Jack is likely to successfully defend her doping ban appeal — but still won't be at the Tokyo Olympics

By James Duffy, Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technology
John O'Brien, Associate Lecturer, School of Law, Queensland University of Technology
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Athletes can have a ban reduced from four to two years if they can establish an anti-doping rule violation was not intentional. This is the key point in Jack's case.

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