Football. According to European basketball and NBA draft expert Wang Jian, Filipino men’s basketball player Justin Brownlee failed the drug test conducted by the International Testing Agency (ITA) for the Asian Games.
Jordanian player Sammy Bzai also did not pass the test. The journalist wrote, “Justin Brownlee, the hero of the Filipino men’s basketball team at the Asian Games, did not pass the drug test conducted by the International Testing Agency (ITA) for the Asian Games.
ITA stated that the sample collected from Brownlee showed ‘adverse analytical finding for Carboxy-THC, which is a prohibited substance specified in the World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited list.
Football, Drug Test: Brownlee and Bzai’s Disqualification
The sample was collected on October 7th, with the sample collection agency being the Chinese Anti-Doping Agency. ITA stated that Brownlee has the right to request an analysis of the B sample. Additionally, Sammy Bzai, a player from the runner-up team, Jordan, also did not pass the ITA test.”
In the semi-finals of the Asian Games, the Chinese men’s basketball team lost 76-77 to the Philippines, with Brownlee scoring an impressive 33 points.In the end, the Philippines won the gold medal, Jordan won the silver, and the Chinese men’s basketball team took the bronze.