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It’s a roller coaster of a journey, and that you can still have success and somehow come out on the good side of things at the end. “No matter where you are in life – people look at me and think I’ve had this great life, and I’ve had success in the pool and out of the pool – but there’s still a little dark side with everybody.” Neethling, in his book described his relationship with Beard as tempestuous.
Sascoc (SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee) medical commission chairman Dr Shuab Manjra this morning confirmed that Neethling’s history was unblemished and that he had a drug-free record. Our jurisdiction covers performance-enhancing drugs, but some recreational drugs (possible stimulants) would also be prohibited in competition. and Ryk has always passed,” said Manjra, also head of the SA Institute for Drug Free Sport.
She also made claims that he was jealous of her athletic success, and their rocky relationship was littered with fighting, and said after one fight, she resorted to self-mutilation to calm herself. “But I think it relates a lot to young females, young athletes, moms, dads who have daughters.
Neethling, who now works at a luxury estate in the Western Cape, was not available for comment at the time of going to press.
Johannesburg - Last year The Juice reported that Ryk Neethling had found love in the arms of Canadian beauty queen, Sahar Biniaz.
There was even speculation that the two were engaged, after media outlets claimed Ryk had confirmed the news to them.
REUTERS/Anesh Debiky Olympic gold medalist Ryk Neethling on Wednesday dismissed claims by his ex-girlfriend, American Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard, that they abused drugs during the time they were together.
Beard alleged while promoting her autobiography “It should be noted that international athletes are subjected to frequent random drug tests in and out of competition,” was Neethling’s response to the allegations.
Durban, : South Africa's Ryk Neethling celebrates his haul of six gold medals during the Durban leg of the FINA 2005-2006 Swimming World Cup November 13, 2005.