The International Olympic Committee has announced the Latvian ice hockey player Ralfs Freibergs tested positive at the Sochi Olympics for a banned substance.
It brings the total number of positive tests to eight at the Games in February.
The 23-year-old tested positive for an anabolic androgenic steroid after giving a urine sample following their quarter-final defeat to Canada two days earlier.
The IOC says he's had his diploma for placing eighth in the men's competition withdrawn.
Freibergs now faces a possible two-year ban from the international ice hockey federation.
The Sochi Games have seen seven more positive doping cases than the 2010 Vancouver Olympics with the IOC taking a winter Games record 2,812 blood and urine samples for testing.