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Thailand world champion Ratchanok Intanon was cleared of doping when it was discovered she ate meat that is contaminated.
The 24-year-old ex-world number one has been billed with an anti-doping rule violation in May.
But she proved shed eaten meat contaminated with clenbuterol – a medication that decreases body fat and increases muscle mass.
The Badminton World Federation stated she boreno fault or neglect.
Hence no period of ineligibility has been enforced on her, the governing body said in a statement.
Clenbuterol was found in eight other samples taken in the barbecue restaurant in which Intanon had consumed.
Currently rated five in the world, Intanon won bronze in the World Championships in Basel, Switzerland.
After receiving a ban after a positive evaluation for a corticosteroid she had been cleared to compete.
It was blamed by her staff on a shot for a knee injury, along with the BWF found no violation was committed.
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