According to his bio, Gleaves has served on an anti-doping advisory board for USA Cycling and a working group on the prevalence of doping for the World Anti-doping Agency. He is also the associate editor of the Journal of Olympic Studies and co-director of the International Network for Doping Research.
USADA’s statement noted that Gleaves tested positive for multiple banned substances at US track nationals in August of last year. Specifically, his urine sample registered findings for select oxandrolone metabolites as well as “clomiphene and its metabolite 4-hydroxyclomiphene.”
Oh, the irony.