A little over four years ago, Nicholas Brandt-Sorensen was slapped with a two-year ban for failing an anti-doping test after winning the 30-34 masters national championship road race. Now, he faces up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine for selling performance-enhancing drugs, imported from overseas, in violation of federal law, reports the Daily Breeze.

Brandt-Sorenson admitted to selling a vial of EPO for $631 to an athlete in Colorado, according to his plea agreement. Through his blog, he also sold Actovegin, a derivative of calf’s blood, which is not approved for use in humans, as well as other banned substances, according to prosecutors, who said the drugs were imported from online pharmacies in China and Europe.