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PLAYERS: Tyson Gay
Photo Credit: Erik van Leeuwen via   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 his punishment. Gay has returned his silver medal he won in the 2012 Olympics as a team member of the 4×100 relay team.  He initially was facing a two-year ban, but that was reduced to one year because of cooperation and good behavior.  The ban stems from last year and Gay will officially be able to race again this June.  How he is perceived by the general public and his American teammates will be something to watch.                    

U.S. Sprinter Tyson Gay Suspended One Year for Doping

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...

American sprinter fails drug test, returns Olympic Medal

Tyson Gay, a member America’s 2012 Summer Olympic Team and part of the 4 x 100 meter relay team that earned a Silver Medal testing positive for a banned substance. The announcement was made Friday with the 31 year old sprinter receiving a one year suspension; Gay was also forced to relinquish his 2012 Silver Medal. The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) made the announcement...
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