Modahl's is due to appear before the British Athletic Federation before the end of the month. Because he has not been able to extract information from the IAAF, Morton- Hooper has made public a letter he sent to Arne Ljungqvist, chairman of the IAAF's medical committee, requesting evidence, including the full results of Modahl's test samples. Morton-Hooper also claims that faxes sent to the IAAF on 2 and 6 September have not been answered.
Solomon Wariso, the British sprinter who tested positive for ephedrine, will appear before the BAF either tomorrow or on Wednesday, his club announced last night.
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