LONDON (AP) Sport's highest appeals body says Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown was cleared of doping because of blatant flaws in the test collection procedures and possible ''environmental contamination'' of her urine sample.
A Jamaican disciplinary panel has given sprinting star Veronica Campbell-Brown a public warning but cleared her to return to competition.
The three-time Olympic gold medalist returned a positive test for a banned diuretic at the Jamaica International Invitational meet in May.
In a Wednesday statement, the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association said its disciplinary committee...
Veronica Campbell-Brown's agent insists one of the cornerstones of Jamaica's wide-ranging sprint success ''is not a cheat,'' even though the test results read differently.
While her case is being decided, the three-time Olympic gold medalist will sit out and her country will try to make sense of one of its longest-held fears: a high-profile track star getting...
Two-time defending champion Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica barely advanced out of the opening round of the Olympic 200 meters, finishing third in her heat in 22.75 seconds Monday night.
Sanya Richards-Ross, running less than 24 hours after winning the first U.S. gold in track and field, turned in the fastest 200 heat at 22.48.
Richards-Ross took it easy early, was fourth with...
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August 06, 2012