List of doping cases in sport (S)

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

Name Country Event Banned substance(s) Reference(s)
Ahmed Saad  Australia Australian rules football [1]
Milla Saari (née Jauho)  Finland Cross-country skiing HES [2][3]
Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle  Germany Biathlon Methylhexanamine [4][5]
Sharifi Sadeh  Iran Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Şule Şahbaz  Turkey Weightlifting [7]
Mamadou Sakho  France Football (soccer) Fat-burning substance [8]
Yacoub Shahenda  Jordan Weightlifting Stanozolol [6]
Asaad Said  Qatar Weightlifting [6]
Saiedah Said  Singapore Silat Nor-Sibutramine, OH-Nor Sibutramine [9]
Wendell Sailor  Australia Rugby union Cocaine [10]
Juan Salas  Dominican Republic Baseball [11]
Leonidas Sampanis  Greece Weightlifting Testosterone [7]
Maarten Sampermans  Belgium Volleyball Cannabinoids [12]
Olga Samulenkova  Russia Rowing Testosterone [13]
Yann San Biagio  France Water polo Cannabis [14]
Alex Sánchez  Cuba Baseball Steroids [15]
Francisco Pérez Sanchez  Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [16]
Joel Sanchez  Peru Football (soccer) Methylhexaneamine [17]
Pradeep Sangwan  India Cricket Steroid [18]
Mauro Santambrogio  Italy Cycling [19]
Induino Santoni  Italy Lifesaving Cocaine [20]
Virpi Sarasvuo (née Kuitunen)  Finland Cross-country skiing HES [21]
Mitchell Sargent  Australia Rugby league Cocaine [22]
Viseslav Saric  Croatia Swimming Cannabis [23]
Santis Sarkanis  Latvia Cycling Ephedrine [24] (in Latvian)
Hasan Şaş  Turkey Football (soccer) Fenilpropanolamin [25]
Todd Sauerbrun  United States American football Ephedra [26]
Dmitry Sayustov  Russia Ice hockey [27]
Adam Sbieh  United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [28]
Orlando Scandrick  United States American football Amphetamines (MDMA) [29]
Michele Scarponi  Italy Cycling Operación Puerto doping case [30]
Viktors Ščerbatihs  Latvia Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [31] (in Latvian)
Uliana Schcherbo  Ukraine Weightlifting Stanozolol [6]
Fränk Schleck  Luxembourg Cycling Xipamide [32]
Mike Schmidt  United States Baseball Amphetamines (self-admitted) [33]
Roland Schmidt  East Germany Weightlifting Turinabol (self-admitted) [34]
Petra Schneider  East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids (self-admitted) [35]
Carl Schreuder  South Africa Swimming Ephedrine [36]
Katja Schumacher  Germany Triathlon Testosterone [37]
Stefan Schumacher  Germany Cycling CERA [38]
Alex Schwazer  Italy Athletics Epo
Mehdi Sebou  Morocco Water polo Nandrolone [14]
Violeta Sechka  Belarus Weightlifting Drostanolone [6]
Sead Seferović  Bosnia and Herzegovina Football (soccer) Ephedrine [39]
David Segui  United States Baseball Anabolic steroids, growth hormone [40]
Mudarra Segura  Costa Rica Cycling GW501516 [41]
Emanuele Sella  Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [42][43]
Yury Selyutin  Russia Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Sun Yang  China Swimming Not to declare the use of medical drugs [44]
Alexander Serebryakov  Russia Cycling [45]
Armas Sergio  Argentina Weightlifting Clenbuterol [6]
Diogo dos Santos Serra  Portugal Water polo Cocaine [46]
Jeremy Serreau  France Water polo Testosterone [47]
Oscar Sevilla  Spain Cycling [48]
Roberto Sgambelluri  Italy Cycling NESP [49]
Frank Shackman  Germany Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Yasir Shah  Pakistan Cricket Chlortalidone [50]
Salem Hussain Shaheen  Saudi Arabia Swimming Cannabis [51]
Khurram Shahzad  Pakistan Weightlifting Methandienone [6]
Ken Shamrock  United States Mixed Martial Arts Stanozolol, 19-Norandrosterone and 19-Noretiocholanolone
Tariq Ali Sharahli  Saudi Arabia Volleyball Cannabinoids [12]
Maria Sharapova  Russia Tennis Meldonium [52]
Surya Prasad Sharma  India Swimming Stanozolol [53]
Keri-Leigh Shaw  South Africa Swimming Clenbuterol, Ephedrine [14]
Maxim Shcherbakov  Russia Swimming [51]
Shang Shichun  China Weightlifting [54]
Frankie Sheahan  Ireland Rugby Salbutomol [55]
Gary Sheffield  United States Baseball Steroids (no rules set for punishment) [56]

[57]

Tuliayeva Shemshat  Belarus Weightlifting Clenbuterol [6]
Sean Sherk  United States Mixed martial arts Nandrolone (tainted supplement)
Andrey Shevtsov  Canada Swimming Cannabinoids [58]
Georgi Shikov  Bulgaria Weightlifting Clenbuterol, Hydroxystanozolol [6]
Takahiro Shimonaka  Japan Wrestling Tamoxifen [59]
Sergei Shiriaev  Russia Cross-country skiing Erythropoietin (EPO) [60]
Denis Shiryakov  Russia Weightlifting [61]
Katsiryna Shkuraava  Belarus Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Oleg Shteinikov  Kazakhstan Swimming Nandrolone [62]
Abdurahman Shtwei  Libya Weightlifting Testosterone, Epitestosterone [6]
Azizojan Shukurov  Tajikistan Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Irina Sibetova  Russia Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Kashif Siddiq  Pakistan Cricket [63]
Jörg Harald Sievers  East Germany Swimming Turinabol [64]
Steve Siler  United States Swimming Ephedrine [36]
Kristina Silkina  Russia Weightlifting [65]
Antônio Silva  Brazil Mixed Martial Arts Boldenone [66]
Glauber Araujo Silva  Brazil Swimming Testosterone [67]
Filippo Simeoni  Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO), growth hormone [68]
Helle Simonsen  Denmark Curling Unspecified [69]
Win Shwe Sin  Myanmar Weightlifting [6]
Harpreet Singh  India Weightlifting Nandroline [70]
Rajesh Kumar Singh  India Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Tajinder Singh  India Weightlifting [71]
Patrik Sinkewitz  Germany Cycling Testosterone [72]
Oleksandr Sitalo  Ukraine Wrestling THC [59]
Faina Sivanbayeva  Kazakhstan Weightlifting Stanozolol [6]
Marcel Six  United Kingdom Cycling Refusal to submit to doping test [73]
Michael Skelde  Denmark Cycling Testosterone [74]
Jesper Skibby  Denmark Cycling (self-admitted) [75](in Danish)
Tremayne Smartt  Guyana Cricket Furosemide [76]
Adam Smith  United States Mixed martial arts cocaine, cannabis [77]
Kenneth Smith  South Africa Swimming Cannabinoids, MDMA [58]
Lonnie Smith  United States Baseball Cocaine [78]
Michelle Smith (Michelle de Bruin)  Ireland Swimming Tampering with test [79]
Paul Smith  England Cricket Cocaine, confessed after quitting the sport. [80]
Richard Smith  Australia Cycling Blood Doping [81]
Euzebiusz Smolarek  Poland Football (soccer) Cannabis [82]
Matt Socholotiuk  Canada Canadian football Human growth hormone [83]
Edgars Soika  Latvia Curling Spironolactone [84] (in Latvian)
Sergei Sokolov  Azerbaijan Football (soccer) Betamethasone [85]
Andrey Solomennikov  Russia Cycling [86]
Nasser El Sonbaty  Germany Bodybuilding Diuretics [87]
Christiane Knacke-Sommer  East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids. (Self-admitted) [88]
Chael Sonnen  United States Mixed Martial Arts testosterone/epitestosterone [89]
Lary Sorensen  United States Baseball Cocaine [78]
Rolf Sorensen  Denmark Cycling EPO, cortisone [90]
Yoel Sotolongo  Cuba Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Maurizio Spaziano  Italy Water polo Cannabis [91]
Duncan Spencer  England Cricket Nandrolone [88]
Brandon Spikes  United States American football [92]
Nikos Spyropoulos  Greece Football (soccer) Testosterone [93] (in Greek)
Giorgia Squizzato  Italy Swimming Clostebol [91]
Sukanya Srisurat  Thailand Weightlifting Methandienone [6]
Zinaida Stahurskaya  Belarus Cycling stanozolol, testosterone [94]
Jaap Stam  Netherlands Football (soccer) Nandrolone [95]
Roger Stanislaus  England Football (soccer) Cocaine [96]
James Stanton  Australia Swimming Clenbuterol [51]
Matt Stevens  England Rugby Union Cocaine [97]
Anthony Steward  South Africa Water polo Benzoylecgonine [91]
David Stits  Belgium Water polo Cannabis [36]
Ivan Stoitsov  Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [98]
Marko Strahija  Croatia Swimming hCG [36]
Astrid Strauss  East Germany Swimming [99]
Darryl Strawberry  United States Baseball Cocaine [100]
Dimitriy Striga  Kazakhstan Weightlifting Stanozolol [6]
Jamal Strong  United States Baseball [101]
Marcus Stroud  United States American football Anabolic steroids [102]
Jamie Stuart  England Football (soccer) Cocaine, Cannabis [103]
Dana Stubblefield  United States American football THG [56]
Anna Stylianou  Cyprus Swimming Nandrolone [36]
Shabaz Sule  Turkey Weightlifting [54]
Zulfugar Suleymanov  Azerbaijan Weightlifting T/E 9,6 (2010)
Dehydromethyltestosterone (2013)
[6]
Ilirian Suli  Albania Weightlifting Methandienone [6]
Moldodosov Sultan  Kyrgyzstan Weightlifting Metandienone [6]
Salem Sultan  United Arab Emirates Weightlifting Stanozolol, Hydroxystanozolol [6]
Leonardo Sumida  Brazil Swimming Cannabis [67]
Sun Yan  China Weightlifting [104]
S Sunaina  India Weightlifting Nandrolone [54]
Martin Johnsrud Sundby  Norway Cross-country skiing Salbutamol

[105]

Joe Surgenor  Canada Canadian football [83]
Yevgeny Sviridov  Uzbekistan Figure skating [106]
Eranga Swarnathilake  Sri Lanka Rugby union Methylhexanamine [107]

[108] [109]

Tim Sylvia  United States Mixed martial arts Nandrolone [110]
Nataliya Syrota  Ukraine Weightlifting Octopamine [6]
Botond Szalma  Hungary/ Netherlands Water polo Cannabis [53]
Nikolett Szepesi  Hungary Swimming Missed test [51]
Krzysztof Szramiak  Poland Weightlifting Methandienone [6]

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