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Topic - Paul Doyle
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.
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Doyle has said the sprinter was referred to Xuereb through other physiotherapists that Doyle's clients have worked with in the past.
Simpson testified that Doyle said they needed to contact the World Anti-Doping Agency and a raid of the hotel was quickly organized.