Hari risks being suspended for four years.
Rabat – Moroccan-Dutch kickboxer Badr Hari tested positive in an anti-doping test that the Anti-Doping Authority of the Netherland conducted last year.
The Dutch media outlet Nieuwsuur revealed on Monday that Hari risks being suspended for four years.
The test results showed evidence of prohibited doping substances in the urine of the 34-year-old boxer after his last major match against Hesdy Gerges, who also tested positive for doping, in March 2018 in Rotterdam.
The case is before a disciplinary judge who will decide whether to suspend Hari.
In 2017, the Supreme Court in the Hague handed down a sentence to Badr Hari of six months in prison for aggravated assault.