The results of the drug test that was subjected Cinthya Nivelo’s body, deceased participant in the extreme competiton La Lodiza, determined that it had residues of cocaine.
According to the document of the National Institute for Public Health Research (INSPI for its Spanish acronym), traces of the drug were found in Nivelo’s samples of her stomach contents.
William Aguilar, prosecutor in charge of this case, said the testing process are now part of the prosecution investigation that leads around the former competitor’s death. The prosecutor will once again call the doctors and witnesses to give versions and continue with the resarch.
Meanwhile, on May 9, the arrest warrant against Rodolfo Farfán, War Race general manager, was revoked, he’s the one who organized the sport event in which Nivela participated.
Cinthya Nivelo died on April 14 for severe dehydration after participating in the extreme competition War Race, also known as La Lodiza.