Spencer Furman, a Duke University sophomore, has been cleared of the anti-doping violation he was charged with last fall.
“Mr. Furman explained that he used an ADHD medication called Vyvanse that was prescribed to him by a doctor to help him concentrate while studying at university,” the ITF wrote in a statement.
The 20-year-old was granted a retroactive therapeutic use exemption.
Zeynep Sönmez, a 15-year-old junior girl from Turkey was given a 12-month suspension. A child psychologist diagnosed her with narcolepsy and prescribed Modafinil to help her “stay awake when studying for school exams”.