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Former World Anti-Doping Agency President Says 'Reckless' Maria Sharapova Isn't Taking Enough Blame For Failed Drug Test!

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Harsh! But is it over the line?

Maria Sharapova was once the highest paid female athlete in the world, but after announcing she failed a drug test during the Australian Open on Monday, her tennis career could now be in jeopardy!

The 28-year-old Olympic silver medalist's suspension goes into effect on March 12 and she's already been dropped to varying degrees by Nike, Porsche, and TAG Heuer, but now the people behind the decision to make Meldonium an illegal performance enhancing drug in 2016 are speaking out against her.

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Former World Anti-Doping Agency president Dick Pound spoke quite critically of Maria's scandal to the BBC on Tuesday, saying:

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Nike & Porsche Distance Themselves From Maria Sharapova After Failed Drug Test — Details Here!

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On Monday, Maria Sharapova admitted to failing a drug test during this year's Australian Open.

Despite explaining that she's been taking Meldonium — a non FDA-approved drug — for 10 years for health issues, Maria was still "provisionally suspended" starting on March 12 by the International Tennis Federation.

Well there's more bad news for the blonde beauty as Nike, Porsche, and TAG Huer are all distancing themselves from the athlete in light of the findings.

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Nike is one of the athlete's bigger deals as she signed a deal with them back in 2010 worth $70 million over eight years. The athletic company released a statement regarding their decision saying:

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China's Olympic Athletes Only Trust Homegrown Chicken

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Since the meat raised in their country can commonly contain banned chemicals that might prevent them from competing, China's national marathon team is raising their own chickens for food as they train for the upcoming London Olympics.

One team official told a Shanghai newspaper

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