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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Marion Jones
Drug scandals have become even more prevalent in recent years and it is enough to make a cynic wonder about any significant athletic feat: clean or not clean?
Former track star Marion Jones is making a series of diplomatic visits to Serbia and Croatia this week on behalf of the U.S. State Department, an international opportunity for her to continue rehabilitating her tarnished image.
Former Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter Marion Jones has been cut by the WNBA's Tulsa Shock, bringing her future in basketball into question.
As her first season in the WNBA comes to a close, Marion Jones is pleased with her progress and committed to continuing her development.
Tiffany Jackson scored 17 points, former Olympic sprinter Marion Jones finished her rookie season with a career-high 14 points and the Tulsa Shock snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday night by beating the Chicago Sky 84-71.
Either Roger Clemens or Brian McNamee is lying, one of the charges against Marion Jones that resulted in a six-month prison sentence.
"Absolutely. My husband and I made way too many sacrifices for me just to stop now," Jones said. "I want to play as long as I can contribute and as long as I see I have a lot of potential left, and I think I haven't even come close to reaching that so why would I leave? I'm 34, but that's just a number."
"The most difficult is when you're on the bench and can't contribute like you want and you feel like you have all this to give and to contribute, and you can't because you're not out there," Jones said. "When I get on the court, even if it's two minutes, one minute, (I) just make sure that I try to do everything I can right and bring the energy."