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McGill football player suspended for doping

Defensive lineman tests positive for banned substances clomiphene and tamoxifen

Another university football player has tested positive for doping. McGill defensive lineman, Darcy Pelosse, has tested positive for clomiphene and tamoxifen. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport announced Thursday that Pelosse will be suspended for two years and is prohibited from participating in any sport signatory to the Canadian Anti-Doping Program, “including training with teammates.” In the spring University of Waterloo’s entire football program was suspended for a year after seven players tested positive for doping and an eighth player refused to be tested.

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