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Topic - Asafa Powell
Former 100-meter world record holder Asafa Powell told a Jamaican disciplinary panel on Tuesday that he didn't tell a doping control officer about most of the supplements he was taking because the products were new to him and he couldn't recall their names.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Olympic sprinter Sherone Simpson testified before a Jamaican disciplinary panel on Tuesday that she never intentionally took a banned substance and blamed her positive doping test on a newly-hired trainer who provided her with supplements.
The head of golf's governing body says there is no evidence of doping in the sport and emphasizes there will be no complacency in the fight to keep it drug-free.
Word came Sunday that all three had failed drug tests. "A sad day," one former track official called it — and certainly a day that punctured the myth that the oft-troubled sport has cleaned up its act.
Defending champion Usain Bolt and fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake both advanced with semifinal victories Sunday into the 100-meter final, the most anticipated race of the London Olympics.
There's been a whole lot of hype at the 2012 Summer Games about Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and the men's 100-meter final Sunday night. Yet Jamaica didn't need to wait for those two guys to resume the island nation's Olympic supremacy in sprint events.
"The Beast" turned out to be quite an animal.
PHILADELPHIA — Sanya Richards laughed at the question, though she seemed confident she knew the answer. Still, she turned to the back of the room and posed it to her future husband.
He said he also got the go-ahead from agent Paul Doyle, who Powell testified had recommended Xuereb.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) - Former 100-meter world record holder Asafa Powell told a Jamaican disciplinary panel on Tuesday that he didn't tell a doping control officer about most of the supplements he was taking because the products were new to him and he couldn't recall their names.