BERLIN - Colombian goalkeeper
Yineth Varon has provisionally been banned from the Women's
World Cup in Germany after testing positive for banned
substances, world football's governing body FIFA said on Tuesday.
Varon tested positive during a doping control three days
She was suspended because of "the adverse analytical finding
of her A sample," but has the right to demand a test of her B
sample, FIFA said in a statement.
Colombia, in Group C of the 16-team tournmanent running to
July 17, were playing Sweden in their opening match later on
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