Three times World 1,500m and Olympic champion Asbel Kiprop is again, crying foul after a video of him kissing and caressing an unidentified woman in his car went viral. He is accusing the woman of destroying his family and career. The 28-year-old reportedly tested positive for banned blood-boosting agent EPO and claimed that the two World Anti-Doping Agency officials, who came to conduct the out of competition tests on him on November 2017, in Iten, might have interfered with his urine samples.
Asbel Kiprop, Love Triangle, Doping and Fight for Career
Nation, 28 August 2018
Three-time World 1,500 metres champion Asbel Kiprop was a trending subject on social media Monday when a video clip of him kissing and caressing a woman in his car went viral. Read more »
Asbel Kiprop with an unidentified woman (screenshot).
Athlete Kiprop In Raunchy Video With Woman
Nairobi News, 27 August 2018
Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop has been caught in another controversy, months after he tested postive to a banned substance. Read more »
Love Triangle - Wife Wishes Asbel Kiprop and Lover a Happy Life Together
Nairobi News, 28 August 2018
Three times World 1,500m and olympic champion Asbel Kiprop claims that the two World Anti-Doping Agency officials, who came to conduct the out of competition tests on him on ... Read more »
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