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You can fail an Olympic drug test after kissing someone who did cocaine ... and not get suspended!

World champion pole vaulter Shawnacy Barber was allowed to compete in the Olympics after testing positive for cocaine, after an arbitrator ruled it was ingested accidentally. And yes, the excuse that got him out of it is as wild as you might expect. The 22-year-old Canadian had a disappointing Olympics, finishing 10th. The ruling that he wouldn’t be suspended from the Olympics (or receive a four-year ban, like the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports argued) came two days before the Olympics, but wasn’t released publicly until Thursday.
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