How long before a 1,3 dimeth ban
Got these from another thread and decided to share, discuss
When more and more athelets testing possitive for the substance and balming it on supplement companies , How long do u think 1,3 Dimeth will continue??
On June 13, 2010, a swimmer Ante Krizan (CRO) was tested positive to the substance Methylhexaneamine (Class S6. Stimulants) following a doping control test conducted with the occasion of the International Swimming Competitions “Golden Bear”.
The Disciplinary Committee of the Croatian Swimming Federation imposed a sanction of 9 months’ ineligibility on the athlete which began on June 13, 2010.
On June 20, 2010, a swimmer Sean Mahoney (USA) was tested positive to the substance Methylhexaneamine (Class S6. Stimulants) following a doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Santa Clara International Grand Prix, USA.
The USA Swimming imposed a sanction of 6 months’ ineligibility on the athlete which began on July 17, 2010.
Methylhexanamine was implicated as a stimulant used by five Jamaican athletes in 2009. JADCO, the Jamaican anti-doping panel, was initially unable to determine whether it was prohibited by the rules, but subsequently decided to impose sanctions on some of the affected athletes on the grounds that the drug was similar in structure to the banned substance tuaminoheptane.
During the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Nigerian athlete Damola Osayemi was stripped of her gold medal in the 100m after methylhexanamine was detected during drug testing. Subsequently, another Nigerian athlete, Samuel Okon, who finished sixth in the 110m hurdles, also tested positive for the drug.
In October 2010, two Portuguese cyclists - Rui Costa and his brother Mario - tested positive for the substance. The samples were taken during the Portuguese National Championships at the end of June.
In October 2010, nine Australian athletes have been found by Australian Sports Anti-doping Authority to have tested positive for the substance. These players may include NRL and AFL players. 
In November 2010 two South African rugby union players, Chiliboy Ralepelle and Bjorn Basson, were found to have tested positive for the substance on their annual tour of the Northern Hemisphere, and were immediately sent home from the tour by the South African Rugby Union, although it is possible that the players may have ingested the substance inadvertently in the form of medication for flu symptoms.