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July 08, 2008
Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones speaks to reporters after her sentencing at the U.S. Federal Courthouse...
White Plains, UNITED STATES
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Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones speaks to reporters after her sentencing at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, in this January 11, 2008 file photo. To match feature OLYMPICS-DOPING/ REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky/Files (UNITED STATES)
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Marion Jones Sentenced to Six Months in Prison - 11 Jan 2008
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January 11, 2008
Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones speaks to reporters after her sentencing at the U.S. Federal Courthouse...
White Plains, UNITED STATES
Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones speaks to reporters after sentencing at U.S. Federal Courthouse...
Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones speaks to reporters after her sentencing at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, January 11, 2008. Jones was sentenced to six months in prison on Friday for lying to federal prosecutors about her steroid use, a stunning downfall for the five-time Olympic medalist. U.S. District Court Judge Kenneth Karas imposed the sentence after Jones pleaded guilty to two charges last October, when she retired from athletics and tearfully confessed to betraying the trust of her fans after years of denying she used performance enhancing drugs. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
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Marion Jones Announces Retirement After Pleading Guilty - 06 Oct 2007
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Jones pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to federal investigators and admitted to using steroids, which could cost her the five medals she won in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. At left is Jones' mother, Marion Toller. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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Marion Jones Admits Using Steroids - 05 Oct 2007
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October 04, 2007
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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July 14, 2006
Marion Jones of the U.S. reacts after crossing the finish line in the 100m women's race during the Golden...
Rome, Italy
Jones of US reacts after crossing finish line in 100m women's race during Golden Gala IAAF meeting at...
Marion Jones of the U.S. reacts after crossing the finish line in the 100m women's race during the Golden Gala IAAF meeting at Rome's Olympic Stadium July 14, 2006. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
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July 09, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 - Latasha Collander (R) celebrates as she crosses the finish line ahead of...
Sacramento, USA
Latasha Collander celebrates as she crosses the finish line ahead of Marion Jones.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 - Latasha Collander (R) celebrates as she crosses the finish line ahead of L-R:Muna Lee, Marion Jones, Lauryn Williams, Gail Dever s and Tori Edwards after winning the women's 100m final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Track and Field in Sacramento, July 10, 2004. Collander won the race with a time of 10.97 seconds. Edwards placed second and Williams third. Marion Jones placed 5th and failed to qualify for the Olympics in Athens in the event. REUTERS/Jason Reed GMH/HB
YEAREND PICTURES
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August 05, 2001
Zhanna Pintusevich-Block (L) of Ukraine crosses the finish line ahead
of Marion Jones of the U.S. in...
Edmonton, Canada
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
Zhanna Pintusevich-Block (L) of Ukraine crosses the finish line ahead
of Marion Jones of the U.S. in the women's 100 meter final at the 8th
IAAF World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton August 6, 2001.
Pintusevich-Block finished first in 10.82 seconds, Jones was second in
10.85 and Ekaterini Thanou of Greece was third in 10.91. REUTERS/Gary
Hershorn

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September 22, 2000
US Marion Jones blows a kiss after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September...
Sydney, Australia
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US Marion Jones blows a kiss after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 23, 2000. Jones won in a time of 10.75 seconds from Ekaterini Thanou of Greece in second and Tanya Lawrence of Jamaica in third.

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September 22, 2000
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 23, 2000. Jones won the race in 10.75 seconds, Greece's Ekaterina Thanou won the silver with a time of 11.12 seconds, and Jamaica's Tanya Lawrence won bronze in 11.18 seconds. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

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