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Lawsuit brought by sprinter Gays ex-coach may go to arbitration

(Reuters) - A defamation lawsuit brought by sprinter Tyson Gay's ex-coach that claims the coach was falsely accused of supplying the athlete with performance-enhancing drugs has been put on Big News Network, 2 months ago
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Lifelong gains for drug cheats?

LONDON CONVICTED dope cheats such as sprinter Justin Gatlin could still be benefiting from having taken banned substances long after their bans have expired. Research by University of Oslo scientists has established that muscles can retain the ...
 MyPaper.sg1 month ago Doping advantages 'could last a lifetime'  ESPN.co.uk1 month ago Dopers in sport could benefit 'for decades'  Capital Radio Malawi1 month ago Dopers could benefit 'for decades'  Austin American Statesman1 month ago

Gatlin goes for Brussels double at Diamond League

Brussels: US sprinter JustinGatlinwill go for a100-200mdouble at the Diamond League finale in Brussels on Friday, up against a raft of track stars but not JamaicanUsainBolt. While Bolt has already called time on his injury-plagued season, the ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago
BBC

Gatlin deserves chance after drug bans: Usada's Travis Tygart

LONDON (Agencies): Sprinter Justin Gatlin has a right to earn redemption, says the man who led the Lance Armstrong investigation. Travis Tygart, chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency, believes athletes who are banned for doping ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago Gatlin deserves 'redemption' chance  BBC1 month ago

Gay proved once and for all his surgically repaired hip is just fine, finishing in a time of 9.75 seconds.

Photo: DES MOINES, Iowa -- In victory or in defeat, in exultation or in sorrow, at the beginning or at the end, athletes leave images. Namath's index finger wagging in the tropical air. Kirk Gibson pumping his right arm as he rounded second base.
 SI.com2 months ago
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My records are not meant to be broken, declares Bolt in Bangalore

Usain Bolt. Photograph: Courtesy: Twitter Laughing off questions on potential challengers, Jamaican sprint legend Usain Bolt turned on the charm offensive on his maiden trip to India, throwing humility out of the window to declare that his records are pretty much out of reach. - First Look! Bolt lands in India... - Sprint king Bolt challenges Yuvraj, Zaheer for a cricket match! Bolt will play a seven-a-side exhibition match against a team that will have some of India's top cricketers. The ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 'Incredible to see Bolt in the City'  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Up for track honours, Gatlin shrugs off critics

LONDON: Justin Gatlin is far more interested in winning races than popularity contests. Still, the American sprinter with a doping history doesn't quite understand the backlash over his nomination for track and field athlete of the year. ...
 Sabah Daily Express1 month ago Up for track honors, Gatlin shrugs off critics  Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago
Irish Examiner

Sport has become teacher of life lessons

Travis Tygart will forever be known as the man who brought Lance Armstrong down. The USADA chief executive explains how he has managed to retain his love for sport despite all he's uncovered Travis Tygart's favourite novel when he was in college ...
 Irish Examiner4 days ago USADA chief defends use of plea bargaining  Irish Independent1 week ago
Miami Herald

Is end in sight of forgiveness for dopers?

PARIS — Can you forgive and forget? Justin Gatlin asks that of his sport every time he competes. Not with words, because saying sorry time and again for two doping positives is not his style. But with each blistering sprint, the fastest man ...
 Japan Today1 month ago Column: Is end in sight of forgiveness for dopers?  Miami Herald1 month ago
Yahoo! Malaysia

Reformed drug cheat faces life ban for old crime

By the time the eight athletes contesting the men's world 100 metres final assemble in Beijing next August, the IAAF will have determined whether Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay are eligible to be on the start line. And now, the evidence seems to be ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago
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