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Carter hasn't broken doping rules: Racing

  • Carter hasn't broken doping rules: Racing

    Racing Metro 92 New Zealand flyhalf Dan Carter (C) is tackled by Bordeaux-Begles' French flanker Loann Goujon during the French Top 14 rugby union match between Bordeaux-Begles and Racing Metro 92 on August 20, 2016 at the Chaban-Delmas stadium in Bordeaux, southwestern France. / AFP / NICOLAS TUCAT (Photo credit should read NICOLAS TUCAT/AFP/Getty Images)

Traces of steroids were found in the urine of All Blacks great Dan Carter after guiding his French side Racing Metro to the Top 14 title, a French newspaper claims.

L'Equipe claims Carter, fellow former All Black Joe Rokocoko and Argentina's Juan Imhoff all had abnormalities in their urine after tests conducted by the French drug-testing agency following the final in Barcelona on June 25.

The newspaper says according to its information the trio did not have a therapeutic use exemption for the banned substance.

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Carter, 34, helped Racing Metro to their first French Top 14 title in 26 years by kicking 15 points to defeat Toulon 29-21 while wing Rokocoko scored a superb try.

Carter joined the French club after being named man of the match as the All Blacks won the Rugby World Cup last October after beating Australia 34-17 in the final.

He is the leading Test points scorer, amassing 1598 points in his 13-year All Blacks career over 112 Tests.

Rokocoko, 33, joined Racing Metro last year from Bayonne who he joined after playing 68 Tests for the All Blacks, scoring 46 tries.

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