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    Australian swimmer Shayna Jack maintains innocence in doping case, saying steroids detected may have come from cross-contamination

    Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has maintained her innocence in the doping case against her, saying a steroid detected in her blood may have come from cross-contamination


    The 21 year old faces a suspension of up to four years after testing positive in July to a non-steroid anabolic agent popular with bodybuilders.

    She's expecting to be formally charged by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority by Christmas.

    In an interview which will air tonight on Australia's Channel 10, Jack is adamant she didn't know about it.

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