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The suspense over Narsingh Pancham Yadav's participation in the 2016 Rio Olympics continues as the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) panel on Saturday failed to a decision on the doping controversy.
The fate of dope-tainted wrestler Narsingh Yadav's 2016 Rio Olympics participation is likely to reveal later in the evening today.
After the conclusion of the two-day hearing on Narsingh's dope positive case on Thursday, the NADA counsel had said that the verdict would come either Saturday or on August 1.
NADA's lawyer Gaurang Kanth said that Narsingh's claims of conspiracy are not backed by sufficient proof.
If the verdict goes against him, the Mumbai-based wrestler could well serve a 4-year ban.
The WFI has named Praveen Rana in the reserve slot in case Narsingh is not able to participate in the Olympics.
Narsingh had won a lengthy legal battle over two-time Olympics medallist Sushil Kumar, who also staked his claim to represent the country in 74kg freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Yogeshwar Dutt failed to impress and returned empty handed.
Sushil moved the Delhi High Court seeking fresh trials after his name was omitted by WFI for the Games' preparatory camp.
Only the quota place earning wrestlers have been included in the list.
Sushil is contemplating approaching Sports Minister if his demand for a trial is not accepted by WFI.
Phogat was earlier disqualified from the 1st World Olympic Qualifying event for being overweight.
Gurpreet weighed 500gm more than what was stipulated to be eligible for the Greco-Roman 75kg category competition.
Narsingh Pancham Yadav, Yogeshwar Dutt and Hardeep Singh have previously qualified for the 2016 Summer Games.
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