Friends of the forbidden Australian swimmer Shayna Jack are concerned about her well-being

Friends of swimmer Shayna Jack are concerned about her well-being & # 39; amid a huge backlash over her failed drug test – while Kyle unleashes Sandiland's trolls for & # 39; kicking her when she's down & # 39;

  • The 20-year-old tested positive for banned substance, Ligandrol, last month
  • Swimming staff in Australia, radio personalities and lovers support her
  • Jack fights her four-year ban when she faces civil servants in Canberra on Friday
  • She was confronted with criticism from the media, the public and online trolls
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Friends of Australian swimmer Shayna Jack are concerned about her well-being after she tested positive for the prohibited substance Ligandrol.

The 20-year-old, who has not passed a test for the South Korea World Championships, will be banned for four years unless she can prove her innocence.

Swimming staff from Australia, radio personalities, as well as Jack's family and friends have assisted her while she is criticized by media and the public.

A four-year ban is the maximum penalty for swimmers caught with drugs classified as anabolic.

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The freestyler, who has refused knowingly and forbidden to take drugs, will meet Friday with officials from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority [ASADA] in Canberra.

Friends of Australian swimmer Shayna Jack are worried about her well-being after being tested positive for prohibited substance last month, Ligandrol

Friends of Australian swimmer Shayna Jack are worried about her well-being after being tested positive for prohibited substance last month, Ligandrol

The 20-year-old who has passed a drug test for the South Korea World Championships will be banned for four years unless she can prove her innocence

The 20-year-old who has passed a drug test for the South Korea World Championships will be banned for four years unless she can prove her innocence

The 20-year-old who has passed a drug test for the South Korea World Championships will be banned for four years unless she can prove her innocence

Swimming Australian staff, radio personalities, as well as Jack's family and friends have assisted her while receiving criticism from the media and the public

Swimming Australian staff, radio personalities, as well as Jack's family and friends have assisted her while receiving criticism from the media and the public

Swimming Australian staff, radio personalities, as well as Jack's family and friends have assisted her while receiving criticism from the media and the public

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Former ASADA CEO Richard Ings went to social media on Wednesday to express his concern about Jack.

& # 39; This morning in my gym I had the chance to chat with a double Olympic gold medalist Australian swimmer & # 39 ;, he wrote on Twitter.

& # 39; People worry about Mrs. Jack's well-being. This is only sport, but it is also the field of dreams.

& # 39; I also hope she has good support around her. & # 39;

Jack & # 39; s manager, Phil Stoneman, said she & # 39; blown away & # 39; was to hear the public support of KIIS 1065 radio presenters Kyle and Jackie O.

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Sandilands described the strong repercussions of the media, the public and online trolls as & # 39; the grossest form of behavior & # 39 ;.

& # 39; We kick a 20-year-old girl while she's down. The worst time of her life, all those bastards on the websites are nipping her away and saying the worst things you can ever imagine, & he said.

Sandilands described the strong repercussions of the media, the public and online trolls as & # 39; the grossest form of behavior & # 39;

Sandilands described the strong repercussions of the media, the public and online trolls as & # 39; the grossest form of behavior & # 39;

Sandilands described the strong repercussions of the media, the public and online trolls as & # 39; the grossest form of behavior & # 39;

Stoneman described Jack's possible four-year ban as a life ban, and said it is impossible for an athlete to put his career on hold for longer.

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& # 39; She is back on the front page of the paper. She can't walk down the street, & Stoneman said.

& # 39; People have made a decision. Her life has literally changed within two weeks. It makes me a bit emotional because I just see what happened to this poor girl and it just doesn't make sense. & # 39;

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