Five 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games Athletes, Including Emily Abbott, Fail Drug Tests admin December 9, 2019 Fitness CrossFit HQ just released the entire listing of Regionals athletes in breach of CrossFit’s drug policy, and also the list contains handfuls of high-profile names. Five?of the names listed below were 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games-bound (including two individual athletes, and three associates).? The list below comes from CrossFit HQ’s official drug policy breach list and includes the athlete’s name, placing, respective Regional, and substance tested positive for. Editor’s Note: This article has been updated since it’s original publishing time to reflect that only five athletes mentioned below were 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games-bound, as the Latin America Region only has one Games spot awarded. 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games Individual Athletes Emily Abbott – First place Individual West Regional: Ibutamoren (anabolic agent), 4-year ban Andrey Ganin – 4th Place Individual/European Regional: Exogenous testosterone (anabolic agent), 4-year ban 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games Team Athletes Dean Shaw – 2nd Place Team Member/Meridian Regional: Clomiphene (SARM), 4-year ban Laura Hosier – 3rd Place Team Member/East Regional: Higenamine (beta-2 agonist), 4-year ban Maria Ceballos – First place Team Member/Latin American Regional: Stanozolol Metabolites (anabolic agents), 4-year ban 2018 CrossFit Regionals Athletes Nuha Almarri – 34th Individual Meridian Athlete:?GW1516 sulfoxide and GW1516 sulfone, metabolites of GW1516 and oral turinabol (metabolic modulator and anabolic androgenic steroid), 4-year ban Joiel Munro – 28th Individual Pacific Athlete: Metabolites of GW1516 (metabolic modulator), 4-year ban Rachel Campbell – 34th Individual South Athlete: Metabolite of Oxandrolone (anabolic agent), 4-year ban Kara Paslay – 37th Individual Central Athlete:?1,3-dimethylbutylamine (stimulant), 2-year ban Megan Benzik – 28th Individual South Athlete:?epimentendiol, metabolites of methandienone and oxandrolone, epioxandrolone, methanol, a letrozole metabolie, and amphetamine, 4-year ban Carlos Castillo – 25th Latin America Team Member: LGD4033, 4-year ban Stephanie Araujo – 5th place Team Member/Latin America Regional:?Stanozolol Metabolite (anabolic agent), 4-year ban The athletes referenced out there above will now be facing whether 2 or 4 year ban from competing in the competitive CrossFit seasons based on the substance they tested positive for. More details may follow depending on CrossFit HQ’s decision for every athlete’s case. This news is big and has already commenced to shake up the CrossFit community. Yesterday, Annie Thorisdottir shared in her own Instagram story that?Frederik Aegidius (6th place finisher in the European Regional) would be going to the 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games. Although it wasn’t confirmed by CrossFit HQ until today’s list release, many speculated that Aegidius was offered a spot after one of the top five finishers in the European Regional had tested positive for any banned substance.