United States Anti Doping Agency (USADA) confirmed on Saturday, July 27 that Tyson Gay's B sample analysis tested positive for banned substance.
"We can confirm that the
`B` sample analysis of a sample collected from Mr. Gay has been
completed and that the `B` sample analysis has confirmed the `A` sample
findings," USADA chief executive Travis Tygart said in a statement to
Tygart added an additional sample collected from the American sprinter had also returned "an adverse `A` sample finding", though he did not identify the location of where the second test was taken.
"The results of these tests were expected given Mr. Gay`s acceptance of responsibility for the substances found in his body as soon as he was notified of the `A` sample results," Tygart added.
Tyson Gay more likely will be banned for 2 years from the sport of Track and Field.