Track and Field Analyst and Sports Journalist, Leighton Levy, says Sprinter Briana Williams, can claim innocence in the controversy surrounding her testing positive for a banned substance.
The National junior record holder has returned a positive test for the banned diuretic Hydrochlorothiazide.
Williams who finished third in the women’s 100-metres at the national senior trials was expected to be part of Jamaica’s team to the 2019 I-Double-A-F World Championships, in Doha, Qatar.
Williams’ B sample has reportedly confirmed the presence of the substance.
Mr Levy says it’s clear the athlete was ill.
He says the medication contained an unknown contaminant.
Leighton Levy, Track and Field Analyst and Sports Journalist, speaking last evening on Nationwide @5.