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OSLO, Norway -- Defending cross-country World Cup champion Therese Johaug was handed a two-month provisional suspension Wednesday pending a full investigation into her positive doping test.Johaug, one of Norways most decorated female cross-country skiers, tested positive for the steroid clostebol. The Norwegian ski federation said the drug came from a lotion given to her by team doctor Fredrik Bendiksen to treat sunburn on her lips during high-altitude training in Italy in August.In a tear-filled news conference last week, Johaug insisted she was without guilt and said Bendiksen had assured her the lotion did not contain any banned substance.Anti-Doping Norway imposed a provisional suspension until Dec. 18, meaning Johaug will miss the start of the World Cup season.In a statement issued by the Norwegian ski federation, Johaug said she wouldnt appeal the decision.Now I will focus on whats most important: working for a full acquittal, she said.Niels Kiaer, an attorney for the agency, told The Associated Press that investigators will evaluate the case more closely in coming weeks to determine the appropriate penalty. He said under international doping rules that could range between a two-month suspension to a four-year ban.The fact that she has now been suspended provisionally means she has some degree of fault, Kiaer said. Which degree of fault is what we will now investigate.The 28-year-old Johaug has three Olympic medals and 11 World Championship medals, including seven golds. She won gold in the 4x5 kilometer relay at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, with a bronze and silver at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Shes won the overall World Cup title twice.Anti-doping Norway also launched an investigation into Bendiksen, who resigned as team doctor after taking the blame for Johaugs positive test.It now seems fairly clear that it was caused by a medicine delivered by the doctor, Kiaer said. We need to evaluate if he also is in breach of the rules.Johaugs case has rattled Norway and comes just months after its top male cross-country skier, Martin Johnsrud Sundby, got a two-month suspension for a doping infringement related to an asthma medication.Norwegian cross-country skiers have dominated both the mens and womens competitions in recent years. Wholesale Paul George Shoes . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency. Clearance Paul George Shoes . Louis Blues teammates who would also be participating in the Olympics, Alex Pietrangelo felt right at home, no different in some ways to the travel experience of any old road trip – save for the length of the journey, that is. https://www.cheappaulgeorgeshoes.com/ . Sgt. 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Western Bulldogs have been desperate for good news on the injury front throughout a luckless AFL season.On Monday they finally received some.The club is optimistic midfielders Tom Liberatore (ankle) and Jack Macrae (hamstring), both injured in a last-start loss to Geelong, will be fit before finals.It was initially feared Liberatore and Macrae would be ruled out for the rest of 2016.Liberatore underwent surgery after finishing the game on crutches and in a moonboot, while Macrae is nursing tendon damage.The Bulldogs are also upbeat about the progress of injured defenders Dale Morris (hamstring), Matthew Boyd (achilles) and Matthew Suckling (achilles).The experienced trio, who were sorely missed in round 19, could all return for Saturday nights crunch clash with North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.Well assess them through this week of training with a view to being available for selection this weekend, football manager Graham Lowe told the club website on Monday.The Bulldogs werent alone on Monday, when several clubs were buoyed by the results of injury scans.Ruuckman Sam Jacobs, who rolled his ankle during Adelaides 82-point win over Essendon on Sunday, has been cleared of serious damage.ddddddddddddThe Crows say Jacobs and captain Taylor Walker, who is also recovering from an ankle injury, will undergo fitness tests later this week but could face Brisbane on Saturday night.Melbourne forward Jesse Hogan, who hurt his knee taking a mark on Sunday but played through the pain, has also avoided serious injury.Hogan could tackle Hawthorn on Saturday at the MCG, although the Demons may take a conservative approach with the gifted youngsters bruised knee.North Melbourne didnt fare so well, with Jarrad Waite sent for hip surgery in an effort to have the forward fully fit for finals.Waite has nursed a hip problem since round 11 and played just three times for the Kangaroos since then.Greater Western Sydneys Rory Lobb has been diagnosed with a grade-one strain to his medial collateral ligament. 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