List of doping cases in sport (A)

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This is a sub-list from List of doping cases in sport representing a full list of surnames starting with A.

Name Country Sport Year of
violation
Anti-doping rule violation
/
Banned substance(s)
Sanction Reference(s)
Fritz Aanes  Norway Greco-Roman wrestling Norandrosterone, Noretiocholanolone [1]
Tom Aage Aarnes  Norway Ski jumping Amphetamine [2]
Mariya Abakumova  Russia Athletics 2008 Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (Turinabol) [3]
Sara Abbazova  Azerbaijan Powerlifting Nandrolone [4]
Damin Abbiate  Argentina Weightlifting Nandrolone [5]
Salwan Abbood  Egypt Weightlifting Stanozolol [5]
Kalifa Abdalla  Libya Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Walid Abdelaal  Egypt Wrestling Stanozolol [6]
Ibrahim Abdelbaki  Egypt Wrestling Methylhexaneamine [6]
Yamil Abdellatif  Morocco Weightlifting Cannabis [5]
Donia Abdelrahman  Egypt Weightlifting Hydroxystanozolol [5]
Djamolidine Abdoujaparov  Uzbekistan Cycling 1997 Clenbuterol, bromantan 1 year (Extended from 6 months) [7][8]
Hashim Abdulkareem  Egypt Weightlifting Norandrosterone [5]
Muminjon Abdullaev  Uzbekistan Wrestling Nandrolone [6]
Inga Abitova  Russia Athletics 2008 Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (Turinabol) [9]
Alex Acco  Brazil Beach volleyball Norandrosterone, Noretiocholanolone [10]
Olimbek Achildiev  Uzbekistan Weightlifting [5]
Johan Ackermann  South Africa Rugby union Nandrolone [11]
Ali Adams  United Kingdom Boxing Stanozolol [12]
Phillip Adams  Australia Shooting Hydrochlorothiazide [13]
Adham Khazeiq  Palestine Weightlifting Nandrolone, Norandrosterone [5]
Andre Agassi  United States Tennis Methamphetamine (self-admitted) [14]
Uche Agu  Nigeria Weightlifting Norandrosterone [5]
Abdulmunem Ahmed  Iraq Weightlifting Methyltestosterone [5]
All Ahmed  Yemen Weightlifting Metandienone, Norandrosterone, Anabolic steroids [5]
Naveed Ahmed Butt  Pakistan Powerlifting 2008 Methandienone metabolites [15]
Mirambek Ainagulov  Iran Wrestling Furosemide [6]
Lizandro Ajcú  Guatemala Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [16]
Karhan Akay  Turkey Swimming Methandienone [17]
Ali Akbar  Pakistan Weightlifting [18]
Alibek Akbayev  Russia Wrestling [19]
Albina Akhatova  Russia Biathlon 2003
2009
Nikethamide
Erythropoietin (EPO)
[20]
Igor Akhlyustin  Russia Swimming [21]
Shoaib Akhtar  Pakistan Cricket Nandrolone [22]
Atrhouros Akritidis  Greece Weightlifting Methyltrienolone, Buprenorphine [5]
Mohammed Al-Aifuri  Iraq Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Abdul Rehman Al Bader  Kuwait Swimming Methylhexaneamine [23]
Noor Alam  Pakistan Cycling Nandrolone [24]
Carlos Alberto de Jesus  Brazil Football (soccer) Hydrochlorothiazide, Tamoxifen [25]
Rolf Aldag  Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [26]
Darrell Alderman  United States Drag racing Cocaine [27][28]
Faisal Aldossri  Saudi Arabia Tennis [29]
Denis Alekseyev  Russia Athletics 2008 Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (Turinabol) [30]
Evgeny Aleshin  Russia Swimming [17]
Jose Alexis Valida  Spain Volleyball Cocaine [10]
Stephen Alfred  United States Cycling (track) 1998
2006
2007
Norandrosterone
Testosterone (May), hCG (June)
Refusal to submit to doping control
6 months
8 years
Life ban
[31][32][33]
Muhammad Al-Ghaferi  United Arab Emirates Swimming Methylhexaneamine [23]
Dilsher Ali  Pakistan Cycling Nandrolone [24]
Hram Ali  Iraq Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Javed Ali  Pakistan Bodybuilding Nandrolone [24]
Khalid Ali  Pakistan Bodybuilding [34]
Sadam Ali  United States Boxing Cathine [35]
Amir Aliakbari  Iran Wrestling Anabolic steroids [6]
Waleed Ali Alghmdi  Saudi Arabia Water polo Cannabis [17]
Saeid Alihosseini  Iran Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Abdullah Ali Rami  Yemen Weightlifting Metandienone, Ephedrine [5]
Mohsen Alizadeh  Iran Water polo Norandrosterone and metabolites [36]
Yousri Yaseer Allaili  Saudi Arabia Water polo Methamphetamine [37]
David Allen  United Kingdom Rugby League Metabolite of cocaine [38]
A. J. Allmendinger  United States Auto racing Amphetamines [39]
Carlos Almanzar  Dominican Republic Baseball Steroids [40]
Alimohamad Almharous  Saudi Arabia Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Bassam Almohammad Alshahin  Syria Weightlifting Boldenone, Androsterone [5]
Jasim Yusuf Al Nabhan  Bahamas Beach volleyball Methylhexaneamine [41]
Mohamed Al Saedi  Iraq Wrestling Sibutramine [6]
Saoud AlShehhi  United Arab Emirates Weightlifting Stanozolol, Hydroxystanozolol [5]
Thiago Alves  Brazil Mixed Martial Arts Spironolactone [42]
Lyle Alzado  United States American football Anabolic steroids (self-admitted) [43]
Nehal Ameur  Egypt Swimming Methandienone [44]
Wafa Ammouri  Morocco Weightlifting [45]
Uwe Ampler  Germany Cycling 1999 Steroids [46]
Chris Andersen  United States Basketball [47]
Kim Andersen  Denmark Cycling 1985
1986
1987
1992
Undisclosed (7 Sept), Norephedrine (14 Sept)
Undisclosed (8 April), Undisclosed (16 April), Undisclosed (27 April)
Testosterone
Amineptine
1 year (Life ban lifted)
[48][49]
Peter Riis Andersen  Denmark Mountain biking Erythropoietin (EPO) [50]
Ijah Anderson  England Football (soccer) Cocaine [51]
Silva Andrea  Brazil Weightlifting Norandrosterone [5]
Ekaterina Andreeva  Russia Swimming [52]
Frankie Andreu  United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [53]
Joaquín Andújar  Dominican Republic Baseball Cocaine [54]
Jacques Anquetil  France Cycling Self-admitted [55]
Henry Antchouet  Gabon Football (soccer) Cocaine [56]
Kristina Antoniychuk  Ukraine Tennis Furosemide [57]
Toppo Anupdeo  India Weightlifting Methylhexamine [5]
Abdallah Anwar  United States Boccia Hydrochlorothiazide [58]
Atif Anwar Ali  Pakistan Bodybuilding [34]
Adam Anzorov  Russia Wrestling [19]
Bijiya Arabam  India Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Anos Armak  Iran Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Andrei Aramnau  Belarus Weightlifting Synthetic cannabinoid [5]
Ibrahim Arat  Turkey Weightlifting Hydroxystanozolol [5]
Lorena Araujo  Brazil Swimming Stanozolol [36]
Fouodfi Arcangeline  Cameroon Weightlifting N-bisdesmethyl sibutramine [5]
Alexandros Aresti  Cyprus Swimming Stanozolol [59]
Chris Armstrong  England Football (soccer) Cannabis [60]
Lance Armstrong  United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO), Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone, Cortisone, Blood transfusions (self-admitted) Life ban [61]
Marco Antonio Arriagada Quinchel  Chile Cycling 2011 Stanozolol 4 years [62]
Michael Arroyo  Ecuador Football (soccer) cannabis [63]
Silvia Artola  Nicaragua Weightlifting Methylhexaneamine [5]
Kasem Asaad  Syria Weightlifting Methandriol, Methyltestosterone [5]
Man Asaad  Syria Weightlifting Metandienone [5]
Yamba Asha  Angola Football (soccer) [citation needed]
Mohammed Asif  Pakistan Cricket Nandrolone [22]
Hasan Aslam  Pakistan Weightlifting [18]
Nuno Assis  Portugal Football (soccer) Nandrolone [64]
Igor Astarloa  Spain Cycling Biological passport violation 2 years [65][66][67]
Mikel Astarloza  Spain Cycling 2009 Erythropoietin (EPO) 2 years [68][65]
Ksenia Atamanskaya  Kazakhstan Swimming Fenoterol [23]
Anna Athanasiadou  Greece Weightlifting Methyltrienolone, Buprenorphine [5]
Mikhail Audzeyev  Belarus Weightlifting Boldenone, Androsterone [5]
Floren Augier  France Swimming Prednisone, Prednisolone [69]
Arthur Auray  France Water polo Cocaine [70]
Michele Aureli  Italy Water polo Betamethasone [70]
Niklas Axelsson  Sweden Cycling 2001
2009
EPO
EPO, testosterone
2 years and 8 months (Reduced from 4 years)
Life ban
[65][71]
Laura Azevedo  Brazil Swimming Anabolic steroids [72]
Tariq Aziz  Pakistan Field hockey Cannabis [73]
Villalobos Azofeifa  Costa Rica Cycling GW501516 [74]

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