Marion Jones

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What would drive a tennis champion to cheat? | Steve Howell
Tennis is just the latest sport to be hit with allegations of corruption. Athletes are training so hard, then risking everything for a quick buck

Steve Howell

19, Jan, 2016 @1:36 PM

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The soap Oprah: what to expect from Lance Armstrong's Winfrey interview
Judging from the chatshow host's previous confessionals, the cyclist's interview will prove to be a damp affair

Observer Sport staff

12, Jan, 2013 @10:00 PM

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Lance Armstrong's Oprah interview: will he cry more than Marion Jones?
Oprah's 2008 interview with Marion Jones, after the athlete was released from prison, ended in tears

David Hills

09, Jan, 2013 @12:37 PM

Athletics: Marion Jones announces retirement on Oprah Winfrey television show

Marion Jones has spoken of her regrets in her first interview since serving a six-month jail term over her use of illegal drugs

29, Oct, 2008 @5:35 PM

As President George Bush's days in office dwindle, 3,000 ask for pardons or commutations

President Bush, who hasn't pardoned many criminals in his time, will have a chance to spare legions before leaving office in January

McClatchy newspapers

12, Aug, 2008 @2:46 PM

President Bush urged to keep Jones in jail

The head of US athletics has written to George Bush explaining why Marion Jones should not be pardoned

Michael Phillips

22, Jul, 2008 @10:58 PM

Athletics: An open letter to President Bush

The full text of USA Track and Field CEO Douglas Logan's letter to George Bush urging against a pardon for Marion Jones

22, Jul, 2008 @10:58 PM

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Athletics: The shining light

After a series of high-profile doping scandals, sprinter Allyson Felix is trying to restore credibility to US athletics

Duncan Mackay

19, Jul, 2008 @11:01 PM

Dealer testifies to supplying Jones

Confessed doping dealer Angel Heredia has testified that he provided Marion Jones with banned substances to help her at the 2000 Olympic Games

Paul Elias

22, May, 2008 @12:25 AM

Steve Cram: Jenkins shows Jones that cheats can prosper

Athletics: It is unlikely that Marion Jones' incarceration will act as enough of a deterrent, says Steve Cram

Steve Cram

15, Jan, 2008 @12:29 AM

Athletics: Disgraced Jones sentenced to six months in American jail

Athletics: Marion Jones has been sentenced to six months behind bars for lying to prosecutors about her use of steroids

Michael Phillips

12, Jan, 2008 @12:02 AM

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Athletics: Jones sentenced to six months in prison

Marion Jones has been sentenced to six months in prison for lying to federal investigators about her steroid use

Andy Bull and agencies

11, Jan, 2008 @5:52 PM

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