Chiliboy Ralepelle and his legal team are working to put a case together after he allegedly tested positive for a banned substance in January.
The 32-year-old allegedly tested positive for Zeranol, which is a legal growth promotant for livestock, on 17 January when the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport executed random drug tests at Kings Park. His A-sample urine tested positive, but he has the right to ask that his B-sample be tested.
Speaking on the Marawa Sport Worldwide radio show last week, Ralepelle said that his legal representatives are working hard to help him put together a case in his defence.
‘We are still trying to compile a case with my attorneys to try and put this thing together to try and get to the bottom of this whole thing,’ Ralepelle said.
‘I am busy trying to put a case together with the attorneys. We are dealing with this matter and trying to get to the bottom of it. For me to try and have any conspiracy theories around this thing, I don’t think that is what the law advocates. The law advocates what is right and wrong.’
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