uCalgary football player banned from CIS over steroid use

May 27, 2009

Duncan McLean, a University of Calgary football player, is ineligible to participate in Canadian Interuniversity Sport for 2 years after testing positive for a toxic anabolic steroid. According to a statement from the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports, upon notification of the tests results, McLean waved his right to a hearing and admitted to violating the centre's anti-doping rule. uCalgary's director of athletics says the university is fully supportive of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program and hopes that this incident sends a strong message to individuals both at the university and throughout CIS. CCES News Release | CBC