Gatlin gets eight-year ban, will help with investigation
Justin Gatlin chose to cooperate with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, a move that could help the sprinter's reputation but still imperils his eligibility for the Beijing Olympics.
USADA handed down an eight-year ban to Gatlin on Tuesday, the result of an agreement in which Gatlin accepts his positive tests for testosterone or other steroids but retains his right to appeal to an arbitration panel.
"We want to know how [the drugs] got there and see if it leads
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Gatlin Tests Positive
The career of sprinter Justin Gatlin, an Olympic and world champion, appears to be over. The 25-year-old American received an eight-year ban from track and field after two failed doping tests. Gatlin will keep his share of the 100-meter world record until the completion of the appeal process in his doping case. Story
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