Kuijt had during the world cup 2010 dopingattest after root canal treatment
Dirk Kuijt is one of the 25 football players who during the world cup in 2010, a certificate had to for medical reasons a prohibited substance to use. The attacker of Orange is the dexamethasone, which he had administered during a root canal treatment.
Kuijt said in AD Sportwereld that he during the world cup in South Africa to the dentist is gone with consult a specialised Gert-Jan Goudswaard. After the root canal treatment was a medical certificate is requested from the FIFA. “That is entirely in accordance with the rules gone,” says Kuijt.
A certificate may be requested by an athlete, who due to medical reasons a prohibited substance. The conditions include that the amount of the drug is not a big performance-enhancing effect, that there is no other reasonable method exists and that the athlete is without the means of health problems would get.
It means Dexamethasone is a synthetic corticosteroid that is used for severe infections. Because fatigue is reduced, is the on the list of prohibited substances.
Kuijt reached in 2010 with Orange the world cup final, which after renewal was lost to Spain. The attacker had in the final battle in Johannesburg a rise and was after 71 minutes changed.
The Russian computer hacker group Fancy Bears published Tuesday a list of 25 names of players of the FIFA permission received for a prohibited substance during the world cup in South Africa.
Fancy Bears leaked in the past years, several confidential documents that were obtained via a hack by anti-dopingbureau WADA. Thus, the data of cyclists, Chris Froome, Bradley Wiggins, tennis player Rafael Nadal and athlete Mo Farah on the street.
On the Tuesday published list are also the names of Ryad Boudebouz, Karim Matmour (Algeria), Diego Milito, Carlos Tevez, Juan Sebastian Veron, Gabriel Heinze, Walter Samuel (Argenitinië), Fabian Orellana, Humberto Suazo (Chile), Kanga Akale (côte d’ivoire), Christian Träsch, Mario Gomez, Hans-Jörg Butt, Dennis Aogo (Germany), Georgios Tzavellas, Pantelis Kaptenos (Greece), Vicenzo Iaquinta, Mauro player camoranesi (Italy), Tim Brown, Costa Barbarouses, Ryan Nelson (New Zealand), Martin Jakubko (Slovakia), Mario Suler (Slovenia) and Heath Pearce (United States).
In other documents that are Fancy Bears today published, it appears that 160 players in 2015 tested positive on doping.