Syringe allowed chemists to unmask THG
ATHENS, Greece -- A mystery at the center of track and field's biggest doping scandal has finally been solved.
Top track coach Trevor Graham has admitted he was the coach who anonymously sent a syringe of THG to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, a key piece of evidence in the BALCO case that helped lead to suspensions and possible lifetime bans against several athletes.
"I was just a coach doing the right thing at the time," Graham
said after one of his star pupils, Justin Gatlin, won the ...
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