By Mark Baber
Published on Monday, 12 August 2013 12:07
August 12 - Two Mexican league players have escaped punishment, despite testing positive for the banned performance-enhancing drug clenbuterol, after they claimed to have eaten the substance accidentally in contaminated meat, according to the Mexican Football Federation (FMF). In Mexico, the eating of contaminated beef has been accepted as a legitimate excuse for the presence of clenbuterol in an athlete's sample since 2011, when the Mexican government pledged to address the public health problem of contaminated meat.
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