Professor Wayne McLaughlin testified today before a Jamaica Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel that the amount of hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ) found in Briana Williams’ sample was not consistent with someone who was taking a diuretic to conceal the use of more serious substances, SportsMax.TV sources said.

September 23,24 and 25 have been set aside for the anti-doping hearing case involving World U20 champion Briana Williams.

Briana Williams was found to have a diuretic in her system and has come out to say there was no way of knowing that a cold and flu medication was contaminated. The SportsMax Blitz team hopes good sense will prevail and that the 17-year-old will face minimal if any sanctions. What should be the course JADCO takes?

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