2019 FINA WORLD AQUATICS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Just days before the start of these FINA World Aquaticics Championship, Aussie Freestyle Ace Shayna Jack announced his sudden retreat from the world's largest swimming contest outside the Olympics.  As we reported on June 14, Jack said through his social media: "With great sadness I have to withdraw from the world championships for personal reasons."
With uncertainty, questions and speculation arose now. was confirmed as the World Cup medalist in 2017 tested positively for a forbidden substance.
Jack again reveals that he has tested positively but says: "I would never deliberately take a forbidden substance that would respect my sport and endanger my career. "
The western athlete from St Peters says:" Now my team is under constant investigation and we are doing our best to find out when ad h has brought the substance into contact with my body.
The exact substance is still uncovered, but the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) says the drug test was done on June 26. Jack is under suspension, until the investigation of the situation is starting now.
According to Swimming Australia's statement, according to special legislation regulating the drug testing regime in Australia, Swimming Australia has been notified of any unfavorable test results, such as WADA and FINA. Within the process, all details are required to remain confidential until ASADA finishes its investigations, the athlete is provided with an appropriate process and a result is determined.
The Executive Director of Swimming in Australia Leigh Russell states, "Swimming Australia is and has always been engaged in pure sport. We consistently support the zero-tolerance approach to doping and we are firmly supporters of a rigorous and consistent approach to drug testing, both here and abroad.
"In our system, if the swimmer returns an unfavorable test, they are automatically given a temporary suspension and stopped competing until the ASADA process has ended and a result is determined.
"As you would expect, we are bitterly disappointed by the allegations that the swimmer has a forbidden substance in his system, although it is important to point out that the issue is yet to be resolved. We will continue to provide appropriate support to Shina. We will also provide support to our team members who are still in Korea and our team and our organization will continue to confirm our approach to zero tolerance. "
This year at the World Championship, we've seen two swimmers refusing to stand on the podium with the Chinese Sun Yang the person looking for a public CAS who's listening this autumn. One of the men who refused to admit Sun to photographs is Mac Horton from Australia, who says sport has no room for drug fraud, though now his compatriot is in the spotlight.
With regard to the International Swimming Pool (ISL), Jack was referred to the US-based Kali Condors and her status there is now in danger in the light of this news. The league is very willing to zero tolerance, a policy that has ruled out the likes of past positive testers such as the aforementioned Sun and Russian Julia Efimova, but has also denied the inexhaustible testers like Thomas Fraser-Holmes.