Hammer thrower Mark Dry wants to take his anti-doping case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport as he continues his fight to clear his time.
The Burghead athlete was banned for four years in February after admitting to falsely claiming he had gone fishing on the day he missed a drugs test.
Dry was initially cleared before UK Anti-Doping appealed.
The 32-year-old said: “All I want is a fair fight and the right to be heard.
“How can a 50-50 non-majority decision just end my career without being questioned? From no ban to four years with two panels from the same stable. What is happening?”
He added in a social media post: “I’m not going anywhere without fighting for justice and the truth to be heard.
“Enough sitting on hands and stalling out. Enough games. Our sport needs justice and you need to show you can be believed in and trusted. Time is running out and I have nothing to lose.
“Take action. My case is about way more than me and my future. How many more people have to be bullied for being too small to fight. We are one voice. Fight.”
Dry has contacted the World Anti-Doping Association, World Athletics and UK Athletics asking them to take his case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport because, according to Ukad rules, an individual is unable to do so.
Dry’s lawyer Gregor Ioannidis also believes the double Commonwealth medallist has a strong case.