Rodchenkov’s new test for the long-term metabolite for Turinabol has resulted in many retrospective positive test results from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. For both these events, frozen urine samples were defrosted and reanalyzed with this new technique. In total, 99 athletes gave retrospective positive results, with a total of 136 positive results for banned substances. Of these 136 positive results, 64 came from Turinabol (Roger Pielke, 2016). In addition, 11 weightlifters tested positive at the 2015 IWF World Weightlifting Championships for Turinabol, and it was the most commonly detected anabolic steroid (Hammer, 2015).