& # 39; I couldn't stop crying & # 39 ;: Shayna Jack breaks her silence about a failed drug test and says her mental health has suffered since – but swimmer says & # 39; her new boy & # 39; Hugo helped her through the saga
- Shayna Jack has finally broken her silence about her failed drug test bomb
- The 20-year-old swimmer tested positive for the prohibited substance Ligandrol in July
- Jack is fighting the four-year ban and may not know her fate for nine months
- She was confronted with criticism from the media, the public and online trolls
- Jack went to Instagram and said she was against & # 39; inner demons & # 39; moisture during the scandal
- Her & # 39; new boy Hugo & # 39; however, helped her through the pain at that time
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack finally broke her silence in her failed drug test, and said she has since fought inner demons and sometimes & # 39; could not stop crying & # 39 ;.
The 20-year-old freestyler tested positive for the banned muscle-enhancing substance Ligandrol in July prior to the world championships in South Korea.
In a long and emotional post on Instagram, Jack revealed that her & # 39; new boy named Hugo & # 39; helped her through the saga.
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack (photo) has finally broken her silence about her failed drug test bomb
In a long and emotional post on Instagram, Jack revealed that her & # 39; new boy named Hugo & # 39; (photo) helped her through the bomb
The 20-year-old freestyler tested positive for the banned muscle-enhancing substance Ligandrol in July prior to the world championships in South Korea
& # 39; I have taken the time to ensure that my mental health is properly supported and managed, as this whole process has been a test of its strength & # 39 ;, wrote the swimmer.
Jack thanked people who supported her since the beginning of the saga, but owes much of her well-being to her dog.
& # 39; Although he cannot talk, I am so grateful that my boy Hugo entered my life during this period to give me unconditional love and hugs if I could not stop crying, "she wrote.
& # 39; I have found that I find it most difficult to accept the current situation, how much it has affected not only my swimming career, but also my daily life.
Jack also noted that it will take some time before she & # 39; final information & # 39; gets.
& # 39; I have not yet received the letter of infraction and have been told that I will not do this for another 10 weeks and to make it even more difficult I have been told that I can wait another nine months for a final Get an explanation, & she said.
Jack thanked people who supported her since the beginning of the saga, but owes much of her well-being to her dog
Friends of Australian swimmer Shayna Jack were worried about her well-being after being tested positive for the prohibited substance Ligandrol
& # 39; My team is making every effort to follow this process quickly, but it is so difficult if we have no control over how and when things happen.
& # 39; I promised myself that I would never stop fighting for my dream as an Australian dolphin or my character as I know I have, nor will I ever deliberately take medication. & # 39;
Jack tested positive for Ligandrol and had to withdraw from the swimming world championship in Australia.
The 20-year-old, who did not pass a drug test for the South Korea World Championships, could face a four-year ban unless she can prove her innocence
It stands for a prohibition of up to four years unless it is found to be innocent by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA).
Jack was part of the 4x100m freestyle team from Australia that set a world record last year.
She returned home for days before the South Korea World Championships, citing & # 39; personal reasons & # 39 ;.
The Australian team was only told in August about its positive result, with ASADA slamming due to the scandal being dealt with.
She faces a long-term ban that means she will not be able to participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year.
Shayna Jack passed an out-of-competition test for the swimming world championships
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