The integrity unit didn’t instantly reply for remark.
“I need to make you all conscious of a state of affairs I am at the moment coping with,” Coleman mentioned. “A number of days in the past, the AIU got here to a choice that I have been interesting for six months that I missed a check on December ninth, 2019.
“And now this may end in me being suspended from different submitting failures that occurred effectively over a 12 months in the past at this level.”
The 2 different failures occurred on January 16, 2019 and April 26, 2019.
The sprinter mentioned he was out Christmas procuring on December 9, accusing anti-doping brokers of setting a lure to get him.
“Do not inform me I ‘missed’ a check when you sneak up on my door (parked outdoors the gate and walked via … there is no file of anybody coming to my place) with out my data,” mentioned Coleman. “Knocked whereas I used to be Christmas procuring 5 minutes away on the mall (I’ve receipts and financial institution statements) and did not even hassle to name me or try to achieve me.
“I used to be greater than prepared and accessible for testing if I had obtained a telephone name,” including he believed it was “a purposeful try and get me to overlook a check.”
Coleman, a double silver medallist within the 100m and 4x100m relay on the 2017 worlds in London, escaped suspension final 12 months when USADA, after receiving steerage from the World Anti-Doping Company (WADA) on find out how to calculate the 12-month window, withdrew the cost.
The sprinter later demanded an apology from USADA.
“I’ve by no means and by no means will use performance-enhancing dietary supplements or medication,” mentioned Coleman. “I’m keen to take a drug check each single day for the remainder of my profession for all I care to show my innocence.”
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