Pound: Hamilton got away with cheating
TORONTO -- Tyler Hamilton's title from the Athens Games is "no longer a gold medal in the eyes of the world" because of the cyclist's failed drug test, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday.
WADA chief Dick Pound suggested Hamilton got away with cheating
in Athens, where a preliminary test indicated he had received an
endurance-boosting blood transfusion. The IOC dropped its probe
because Hamilton's backup specimen mistakenly was frozen and there
weren't enough red blood ...
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