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14:30  25 august  2019
14:30  25 august  2019 Source:   performgroup.com

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United States sprint star Christian Coleman denied reports of violations for missing drug tests on Saturday, saying he is confident a September hearing Multiple reports on Thursday said Coleman , this year's fastest man in the world over the 100 meters, could face suspension after failing to make

Christian Coleman will undergo a hearing on September 4 to determine if he is cleared to run at the World Championships after allegedly missing three doping tests . Young sprinter Coleman faces a competition ban after allegedly missing three drugs tests .

Coleman confident of clearing his name after allegedly missing drugs tests © Getty Images American sprinter Christian Coleman

Sprinter Christian Coleman is confident he will be cleared to go for gold at the IAAF World Athletics Championships next month after reportedly being charged with an anti-doping rule violation.

The United States 100 metres champion is alleged to have missed three drugs tests in the space of a year, which would constitute a breach of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) regulations.

Coleman could face a two-year ban, which would rule him out of the World Championships in Doha in September and the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year, if found guilty by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

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Christian Coleman faces two-year ban for ' missed tests ' as sprinting's poster boy is left with fight to clear his name before Olympics after the world's Young 100m sprinter Christian Coleman has allegedly missed three drugs test . The American is desperately trying to save his reputation after

Athletics will fear the worst after Christian Coleman 's alleged missed tests as yet another star faces Christian Coleman faces a two-year ban for allegedly missing three drugs tests The American was long seen as the natural successor to Usain Bolt over 100m But one issue Coleman will face as he makes his case is that those who follow athletics

Coleman confident of clearing his name after allegedly missing drugs tests © Getty Images US athlete Christian Coleman watches the board for the official result of the men's 100m final after a close finish during the 2018 IAAF Birmingham Diamond League athletics meeting at Alexander Stadium in Birmingham on August 18, 2018. - Coleman won the final. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / AFP) (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)

However, the 23-year-old, who faces a hearing on September 4, has vowed to clear his name.

"I'm not a guy who takes any supplements at all, so I'm never concerned about taking drug tests, at any time," he said in a statement released to former Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Ato Boldon.

"What has been widely reported concerning filing violations is simply not true. I am confident the upcoming hearing on September 4 will clear the matter and I will compete at the World Championships in Doha this fall.

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"I am confident the upcoming hearing on September 4 will clear the matter and I will compete at the world championships in Doha. If his case is unsucsessful, then the world's fastest man Christian Coleman could be banned for two years after allegedly missing three drugs testsCredit: Getty

Coleman , this year’s fastest man in the world over the 100 meters, could face suspension after failing to make himself available for three drug tests over the “What has been widely reported concerning filing violations is simply not true. I am confident the upcoming hearing on September 4 will clear the

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"Sometime after the hearing, I will be free to answer questions about the matter, but for now I must reserve and respect the process."

Coleman is the favourite to be crowned 100m world champion in Qatar after winning silver in London two years ago behind compatriot Justin Gatlin.

He set a world-leading time of 9.81 seconds in the Diamond League meeting at Stanford in June and broke the indoor 60m world record last year.

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