Miroslav Menc (born 16 March 1971, in Rumburk) is a Czech shot putter, whose personal best put is 20.64 metres, achieved in September 2000 in Ostrava.He has an indoor personal best of 20.68 metres In 1998 he received a two-year suspension from the IAAF after testing positive for stanozolol at a meet in Athens. He was disqualified from the 1998 European Indoor Championships. In 2001 he tested positive for norandrosterone, and became the first Czech athlete to receive a life ban.

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  • Miroslav Menc (born 16 March 1971, in Rumburk) is a Czech shot putter, whose personal best put is 20.64 metres, achieved in September 2000 in Ostrava.He has an indoor personal best of 20.68 metres In 1998 he received a two-year suspension from the IAAF after testing positive for stanozolol at a meet in Athens. He was disqualified from the 1998 European Indoor Championships. In 2001 he tested positive for norandrosterone, and became the first Czech athlete to receive a life ban. (en)
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  • Miroslav Menc (born 16 March 1971, in Rumburk) is a Czech shot putter, whose personal best put is 20.64 metres, achieved in September 2000 in Ostrava.He has an indoor personal best of 20.68 metres In 1998 he received a two-year suspension from the IAAF after testing positive for stanozolol at a meet in Athens. He was disqualified from the 1998 European Indoor Championships. In 2001 he tested positive for norandrosterone, and became the first Czech athlete to receive a life ban. (en)
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