Singapore national swimmers Joseph Schooling, Amanda Lim and Teong Tzen Wei were each fined for breaking the Singapore National Olympic Council’s (SNOC) rules of conduct, after they admitted to taking drugs overseas during the SEA Games, according to Mothership.
After their scandalous confessions, the SNOC launched disciplinary proceedings against them, and they were also investigated by the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) – however, their urine tests returned negative.
The SNOC’s disciplinary committee reviewed the evidence and determined that the trio had been cooperative during the process.
They admitted to the incidents and their conduct failure, and they were each fined after the conclusion of the investigations.
Joseph Schooling was fined $10,000 and issued a conditional warning where he will be debarred from selection for all major games for two years if he reoffends or breaches the rules of conduct again.
Lim was fined $2,800, along with a warning that she previously received from the CNB for possessing a drug utensil.
Teong was fined $3,200.