Arbitration court hears cyclist Hamilton's appeal of ban
DENVER -- Olympic champion cyclist Tyler Hamilton appeared before the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Tuesday in hopes of having his blood-doping suspension lifted.
Hamilton and his lawyer, Howard Jacobs, argued their case at the Brown Palace hotel in downtown Denver in their final appearance before the panel, which will decide his fate within the next few weeks.
The hearing before the Swiss-based CAS, the highest court for sports cases in the world, lasted nearly 12 hours. Hamilton ...
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