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Friday 09, Dec 2011

  Contingency plans prepared by Vancouver bosses

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The International Olympic Committee opened a series of meetings for examining the last-minute preparations for the Vancouver Winter Games and deal with doping and ethics cases and future Olympics.

“We are in a world with uncertain meteorology – we have to adapt to it,” IOC president Jacques Rogge said recently.

“There is a permanent contingency planning for the entire duration of the Games. If there would be too much snow or not enough snow, we will act on that,” Rogge said.

Thursday 31, Mar 2011

  Sanya Richards could lose Olympic gold

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Sanya Richards could lose Olympic goldCrystal Cox, a member of the 1,600-meter gold-medal relay team at the Athens Olympics, has accepted a suspension of four years and disqualification of her results for doping.

Cox admitted to using anabolic steroids and agreed to the penalty as per the USADA and this could mean loss of medal for Sanya Richards.

Cox is suspended through January 2014 and her results from 2001 to 2004 will be forfeited.

Wednesday 02, Mar 2011

  Crystal Cox accepts ban for doping

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Crystal Cox accepts ban for dopingA member of the victorious US 4x400m women’s relay squad at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Crystal Cox, has accepted a ban of four years ban for doping.

Cox admitted to doping from late 2001 through 2004 and used anabolic agents and hormones, the US Anti-Doping Agency said in a statement.

Competitive results of Cox will be disqualified, including forfeiture of all medals, points, and prizes since November 3, 2001, according to USADA.

Tuesday 09, Nov 2010

  Crystal Cox denies using steroids

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Crystal Cox denies using steroidsSuspended U.S. Olympic relay gold medalist Crystal Cox has denied making use of performance enhancing drugs.

The 2004 4×400 meters relay alternate whose four-year ban has put the team’s gold in jeopardy said she never used steroids and it was difficult for her to prove innocence against a goliath like the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

Tygart told Reuters in a telephone interview that Cox acknowledged her use of anabolic agents in violation of the rules.