Here’s the List of CrossFit Athletes Who Have Failed Drug Tests Since 2010

With the latest news of Ricky Garard and two Masters athletes failing drug tests, we decided to take a look at the history of all athletes who have been sanctioned as part of the CrossFit Games’ Drug Testing Policy. The list has grown over the past several years with 11 athletes failing drug tests this year.

Here is the list of all known (and disclosed) Drug Testing Policy violations over the years. If we missed someone, let us know in the comments.

2010

Ben Bergeron Methylhexanamine. Loss of results

Derek Mohammad Methylhexanamine. Loss of results

2014

Taylar Stallings B-methylphenethylamine. One-year suspension.

Abigail Guerrero Methandienone (Dianabol). Two-year suspension.

2015

Steve Pinkerton Anastrozole, Letrozole & 19-norandrosterone. Two-year suspension.

Elia Navarro Garcia Oxandrolone. Two-year suspension.

Richard Bohlken Ostarine. One-year suspension.

Ryan Fischer Whereabouts failure, failure to cooperate with collection agents, did not report for out of season test. One-year suspension.

2016

Charis Chan Trenbolone. 4-year suspension.

Natalie Newhart Oxandrolone. 2-year suspension.

Scott Jones Anastrozole. 2-year suspension.

Penny Kemp Clomiphene. 1-year suspension.

Steve Marino Unspecified anabolic agent. 2-year suspension

2017

Ryan Elrod Clomiphene. 2-year suspension.

Nick Thomas Ostarine. 2-year suspension.

OJ Washington Methylhexaneamine. 2-year suspension.

Andrea Barbotti Clomiphene. 4-year suspension.

Stella Christoforou Clenbuterol. 4-year suspension.

L’duvit Czokoly Clomiphene. 4-year suspension.

Pawel Lesnikowski Clenbuterol, Modafinil and elevated testosterone levels. 4-year suspension.

Gianluca Occhino Tamoxifen. 4-year suspension.

Ricky Garard Testolone and Endurabol. 4-year suspension.

Tony Turski Anastrozole. Suspension not disclosed.

Josee Sarda Ostarine and Testolone. Suspension not disclosed.


The number of athletes and the length of their suspension has increased over the past several years. Will this be a trend? Do you think CrossFit Inc. is doing enough to catch those who are trying to violate the Drug Testing Policy?

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