Over an angst-filled summer of 2012, track coach Jon Drummond and his ailing star sprinter, Tyson Gay, wrestled with whether Gay should use a mysterious medicine that might help him run pain-free at the London Olympics.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) A judge has stayed a lawsuit filed by track coach Jon Drummond against Tyson Gay and the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, saying it must be settled for now in arbitration, not in federal court.
Drummond has sued USADA and Gay for defamation, saying claims that he encouraged the former sprint champion to use banned substances are false and damaging to his reputation...
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September 25, 2014
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Tyson Gay, the former world champion sprinter in track and field, has been suspended for one-year. He tested positive for a banned substance that he unknowingly taken. He said that he put his trust in a lot of people and they let him down. He is not using any excuses and is facing...
The New York Times is reporting that the U.S. Sprinter has been suspended one year for doping. Gay tested positive for a banned substance last July and subsequently removed himself from competing at the World Championships in Moscow.
Gay has also returned the silver medal he won with the U.S. 4×100 meters relay team at the London Olympics and been disqualified from all races...