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Doping Accusation Story Far from Over for Ceplak

Ljubljana, 29 September - Jolanda Ceplak, Slovenia's best track athlete, underwent on Saturday a hearing in front of the Anti-doping Commission of the Slovenian Athletics Association (AZS). AZS chief Peter Kukovica told the press after the session that the case was far from over and the hearing pointed to a possibility of human error.

Ljubljana
Tadej Malovrh, the chair of the anti-doping commission at the Slovenian Athletics Association, after the hearing of athlete Jolanda Ceplak, accused of using prohibited substances.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Peter Kukovica, the president of the Slovenian Athletics Association, after the hearing of athlete Jolanda Ceplak, accused of using prohibited substances.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Tadej Malovrh (left), the chair of the anti-doping commission at the Slovenian Athletics Association, and the association's president Peter Kukovica after the hearing of athlete Jolanda Ceplak, accused of using prohibited substances.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Tadej Malovrh (left), the chair of the anti-doping commission at the Slovenian Athletics Association, and the association's president Peter Kukovica after the hearing of athlete Jolanda Ceplak, accused of using prohibited substances.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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