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USA Track & Field Inc


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California Track and Running News


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The Knoxville News Sentinel Co.


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USATF - Athlete Bios

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Justin Gatlin


USA Track & Field Florida - Home

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Justin Gatlin (USA) downs two time Olympic champ Usain Bolt (JAM) in the men's 100m by .01
USATF Florida Executive Committe Support Scott Peters


www.womens-running.com

On July 29, news broke that Justin Gatlin, co-owner of the world record for the 100 meters, tested positive for testosterone after an April meet in Kansas.Word of Gatlin's failed test--coming just three days after reports that Tour de France winner Floyd Landis also had tested positive for testosterone--left runners and sports fans alike shocked, angry, and feeling a bit duped.Gatlin had gained a following for his recent success on the track (gold in the 100 meters at the 2004 Olympics, victories in the 100 and 200 meters at the 2005 World Championships), as well as his antidrug position off it.He was a powerful voice, especially among young runners, for achieving success naturally, not synthetically.Gatlin now faces banishment from the sport, and his coach, Trevor Graham--long linked to runners tainted by doping charges--has been barred from U.S. Olympic Committee training facilities.Our experts: Frank Shorter, national spokesperson for the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), which is responsible for drug testing of Olympic sports in this country; Craig Masback, CEO of USA Track & Field (USATF); Mary Wittenberg, race director of the ING New York City Marathon; and U.S. Olympic marathoners Deena Kastor and Alan Culpepper. (Representatives for Gatlin declined requests to make the runner available to us.) The five shared their frustrations and varying solutions --including calls for federal-government intervention and jail time for athletes caught doping--and debated the virtues of drug-testing procedures even while Culpepper was undergoing a random drug test at his home in Colorado.Justin has been such a great role model and spokesperson for USA Track & Field, talking with children about avoiding drugs and getting to the top on your own accord.


Track And Field News

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http://www.usatf.com : USA Track & Field - USA Track & Field - The national governing body for track & field, long distance ... more news ... Watch a replay of Justin Gatlin's World Record Race! ...


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2006 USATF Athlete of the Week Winners: January 3, Walt Henning; January 10, Amandi Rhett; January 17, Kevin Eastler; January 24, Marisa Hanson; January 31, Me'Lisa Barber; February 7, Reese Hoffa; February 14, Wallace Spearmon; February 21, Ryan Hall; February 28, Terrence Trammell; March 7, Ryan Harlan; March 14, Walter Davis; March 21, Bill Collins; March 28, Johnnye Valien; April 4, Deena Kastor; April 11, Trey Hardee; April 18, Meb Keflezighi; April 25, Deena Kastor; May 2, Alan Webb; May 9, Bershawn Jackson; May 16, Justin Gatlin; May 23, Kim Kreiner; May 30, Bryan Clay; June 6, Sanya Richards.100 - 9.87 Justin Gatlin (Nike) - New York City, NY 6/3


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