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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said it will ask the court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by track coach Jon Drummond, calling the case "baseless."
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says it will ask the court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by track coach Jon Drummond, calling the case "baseless."
As part of the penalty, Gay, the American record-holder in the 100, also accepted loss of results dating to July 15, 2012, the date of when he first used a product that contained a banned substance.
Sprinter Tyson Gay accepted a one-year suspension Friday after testing positive for a banned substance nearly a year ago and returned the silver medal he won in the men's 400-meter relay at the 2012 London Olympics.
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.
Gay completed the 100-200 sprint double Sunday at U.S. track championships, winning the 200 meters in 19.74 seconds Sunday and holding off Isiah Young. It's the fastest time in the world this season.
Tyson Gay was so choked up, he couldn't speak. Justin Gatlin was so happy he struggled to find the right words.
He knelt at the starting line, his composed features showing no hint of emotion. One way or another, it would be over in less than 10 seconds -- the most important time in Justin Gatlin's long road to redemption.
Nearly a year ago, Tyson Gay was undergoing surgery on his right hip, wondering if there was any way he would be ready for the London Olympics.