Repaying by the Hour
For jocks who break the law, community service is often the easiest way to avoid hard time. Marion Jones is on a different track.
Note: This story appears in the May 30th issue of ESPN The Magazine.
ABOUT 100 TEENS are chattering and fidgeting in the
bleachers at the Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club in Seattle when a
video of Marion Jones' free fall into hell starts playing on the big
screen before them. The former track star-turned-WNBA guard watches
from outside, through the gym's glass windows, as the worst scenes of
her life play out for her mostly black and Latino audience: Jones
denying using ...
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ESPN The Magazine: May 30, 2011