Stockdale has lifetime ban lifted
LONDON -- A British equestrian competitor found guilty of a doping offense in 2002 had his lifetime Olympic ban lifted Wednesday, allowing him to compete in the Athens Games.
The International Equestrian Federation had banned Tim Stockdale after a prohibited sedative was found in the urine of his horse at an international competition July 30, 2002.
Stockdale and his horse were disqualified, and the rider was
fined. Under British Olympic Association rules, any competitor
found guilty ...
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