The International Canoe Federation (ICF) announced on Monday that canoe rider Laurence Vincent Lapointe (Laurence Vincent Lapointe) has been removed from her doping charges.
Vincent Lapointe said: “You can’t imagine how easy it is for me to end this journey and focus on what I like and go back to the water to prepare for them. How does it feel.” Florida Training with the Canadian team resumed on Tuesday.
The Quebecer said on Sunday that after an accidental adulteration test last July, a trace amount of ligand phenol was found in her body, from her former spouse, she would consume the spouse, even though he himself would contaminate her.
“After considering the scientific expert advice provided by Ms. Vincent Lapointe’s legal team and the trace ligand phenol found in the athlete’s sample, the ICF accepted Ms. Lapointe’s argument that he did not intentionally take this illegal substance,” ICF said in a statement Say.
The federation believes his statement about the fact that others are polluting.
Therefore, canoeists can immediately re-enter the competition in order to fight for the Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo next summer.
She has great hopes of winning a Canadian medal at the next Summer Games, but she has always denied that she feels guilty about it. While waiting to learn about her destiny, Laurence Vincent Lapointe (Laurence Vincent Lapointe) trained alone, even though she was still suspended.
“I was like an arrow shooting at an Olympic target. When this happened, I was still flying like an arrow, but everything around me collapsed. There seemed to be nothing to tell me whether to move forward or backward. The arrow, nothing went around. . I’m very confused,” she said for example.
“One time, I clicked. I thought to myself: Okay, I’m an athlete. What can I do besides training? Nothing. Yes, I’m doing things to keep myself busy, but as an athlete , I am passionate about training in a canoe. So I thought to myself: I am not in a place where I am in a good state of mind. The only solution I can solve is to train. I don’t know how it will end, but I will start doing what I love again , That’s a canoe. By clicking, I feel much better, although I have no reason to believe in my chances of participating in the Olympics.”
At the World Championships in Hungary last August, the multiple-time world champion was unable to defend his title in the C-1,200m, C-1,500m and C-2,500m events. This is also the first Olympic qualifier in a kayak competition.
With the sanctions lifted, it will be able to participate in the two most recent Olympic qualifying games. The first Pan American Canoe Championships will be held in Santiago, Chile from May 7th to 10th. Canada will also be eligible to provide boats and athletes for the upcoming Olympic Games at the Kayak World Cup in Duisburg, Germany from May 21 to 24.