RASHID RAMZI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Disgraced Ramzi still might compete in London

Disgraced 1,500-meter runner Rashid Ramzi will compete at next year's London Games "if he gets good results" and his eligibility is approved by the IOC, the secretary general of Bahrain's Olympic committee said Tuesday.
Via ESPN
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Disgraced Bahrain Olympian could compete in London

The secretary general of Bahrain's Olympic committee says disgraced 1,500-meter runner Rashid Ramzi will compete at next year's London Games ''if he gets good results'' and his eligibility is approved by the IOC. Sheik Ahmed bin Hamad Al Khalifa says Bahrain will ask the International Olympic Committee if Ramzi is eligible after the Court of Arbitration for...
Via AP on Fox
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Bahraini doper Ramzi could compete in London

The secretary general of Bahrain's Olympic committee says disgraced 1,500-meter runner Rashid Ramzi will compete at next year's London Games "if he gets good results" and his eligibility is approved by the IOC.
Via Universal Sports
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss
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