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Nigerian Sprinter Blessing Okagbare Tests Positive for HGH, Out of Tokyo Olympics – Sports Illustrated

Blessing Okagbare was set to run in the women’s 100 meter semifinal.

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Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare has been provisionally suspended by the Athletics Integrity Unity after an out-of-competition test came back positive for human growth hormone. 
Okagbare will no longer compete at the Tokyo Olympics, where she was set…

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