sport news World's top bridge player banned after positive test for synthetic testosterone

World's top bridge player banned after positive drugs test for synthetic testosterone after they signed up to WADA rules as they want to be in Olympics The World Bridge Federation is recognised by the IOC and abides by WADA rules  World No 1 Geir Helgemo tested positive for synthetic testosterone and female fertility drug clomifene at a World Bridge series event in Orlando in September After accepting he had breached rules, he was suspended until November 20 It has been confirmed drugs Helgemo took were 'not performance enhancing' 

By Alistair Mason, Press Association

Published: 16:03 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 16:15 GMT, 1 March 2019

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The world No 1 bridge player has been suspended after failing a drugs test.

Geir Helgemo, who is Norwegian but represents Monaco in bridge events, tested positive for synthetic testosterone and female fertility drug clomifene at a World Bridge

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