Launch Date : 08/11/2014 Votes (306)
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   Does Lee Chong Wei deserve 2 years suspension for failing dope test?
Lee Chong Wei, current world #1 badminton player was reported to have failed a random doping test at the World Badminton Championships in Copenhagen. Both A sample and B sample are confirmed to be positive. he could be disqualified from the World Championships for violation of anti-doping rule and face suspension for up to two years. Do you think that Lee Chong Wei deserve 2 years suspension for failing the dope test?
Yes : 18% 56 (18%)
No : 82% 250 (82%)
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4 Comments so far
Wanfasai Chantharapha Posted On 22/11/2014
Impossible .Lee Chong Wei never lied himself. I believe him.
Lordlukman Khan Posted On 09/11/2014
"Dexamethasone" is a steroid that prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation. Dexamethasone is used to treat many different conditions such as allergic disorders, skin conditions, ulcerative colitis, arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, or breathing disorders. Before jumping to conclusions one should understand this man has so many injuries this medicine could have been prescribed by his doctor for inflammation.
Alfred Tang Posted On 09/11/2014
Lee Chong Wei is one of the greatest players in badminton world and I think investigation in details should be in place before any sentencing. Without Lee Chong Wei, the badminton tournaments seem to be absent of something as he is so brilliant in skill, speed, and attitude.
Lucas Tran Posted On 08/11/2014
chắc lee bị người ta hại thôi /mình tin ở lee
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