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Marion Jones Admits Using Steroids - 05 Oct 2007 
Marion Jones Admits Using Steroids - 05 Oct 2007 
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October 05, 2007 
Marion Jones of the U.S. celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, in... 
Sydney, Australia 
File photo of Marion Jones celebrating her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games 
Marion Jones of the U.S. celebrates her win in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, in this September 23, 2000 file photo. Jones has admitted using steroids as she prepared for the 2000 Olympics and plans to plead guilty on Friday to two counts of lying about her drug use, the Washington Post reported on October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (AUSTRALIA) 
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October 05, 2007 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. celebrates with teammates La Tasha Collander-Richardson (C) and... 
Sydney, Australia 
File photo of Marion Jones winning the 4x400 meter releay at the Sydney Olympic Games 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. celebrates with teammates La Tasha Collander-Richardson (C) and Monique Hennagan (R) after winning the 4x400 meter relay final at the Sydney Olympic Games, in this September 30, 2000 file photo. Jones has admitted using steroids in preparation for the 2000 Sydney Games and plans to plead guilty on October 4, 2007 to lying about her drug use, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES) 
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October 05, 2007 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. stretches before a morning workout next to former husband C.J.... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
File photo of Sprinter Marion Jones of the U.S. during a training session in Raleigh 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. stretches before a morning workout next to former husband C.J. Hunter during a training session in Raleigh, North Carolina in this April 19, 2000 file photo. Jones has admitted using steroids in preparation for the 2000 Sydney Games and plans to plead guilty on October 4, 2007 to lying about her drug use, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES) 
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October 05, 2007 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. takes the baton from Monique Hennagan (R) on way to winning the... 
Sydney, Australia 
Sprinter Marion Jones of the U.S. takes the baton from Monique Hennagan on way to winning the 4x400m... 
Sprinter Marion Jones (L) of the U.S. takes the baton from Monique Hennagan (R) on way to winning the 4x400m relay final at the Sydney Olympic Games, in this September 30, 2000 file photo. Jones has admitted using steroids in preparation for the 2000 Sydney Games and plans to plead guilty on October 4, 2007 to lying about her drug use, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES) 
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October 05, 2007 
American sprinter Marion Jones, walks back to the starting blocks during a training session at North... 
Raleigh, UNITED STATES 
File photo of American sprinter Marion Jones during a training session at North Carolina State University... 
American sprinter Marion Jones, walks back to the starting blocks during a training session at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, in this April 20, 2000 file photo. Jones has admitted using steroids in preparation for the 2000 Sydney Games and plans to plead guilty on October 4, 2007 to lying about her drug use, The Washington Post reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES) 
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October 05, 2007 
Olympic gold medallist Marion Jones, of the United States, listens during a news conference in Edmonton,... 
Edmonton, Canada 
File photo of U.S. Sprinter Marion Jones at a news conference in Edmomton 
Olympic gold medallist Marion Jones, of the United States, listens during a news conference in Edmonton, in this August 2, 2001 file photo ahead of the August 3 start of the World Athletics Championships. Jones has admitted using steroids as she prepared for the 2000 Olympics and plans to plead guilty on Friday to two counts of lying about her drug use, the Washington Post reported on October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA 
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June 04, 2006 
Marion Jones of the U.S. breaks the tape as she wins the women's 100m sprint at an athletics grand prix... 
New York, USA 
Marion Jones of the US breaks the tape as she wins the women's 100m sprint at an athletics grand prix... 
Marion Jones of the U.S. breaks the tape as she wins the women's 100m sprint at an athletics grand prix meet in New York June 3, 2006. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT ATHLETICS
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June 02, 2006 
Sprinter Marion Jones, winner of five medals at the 2000 Olympics, speaks with a reporter after a news... 
New York, USA 
Sprinter Marion Jones speaks at news conference in New York 
Sprinter Marion Jones, winner of five medals at the 2000 Olympics, speaks with a reporter after a news conference in New York June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) 
SPORT ATHLETICS
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May 29, 2005 
US sprinter Marion Jones reacts after competing in the women's 100 metre dash at the FBK Games in Hengelo,... 
Hengelo, Netherlands 
US sprinter Marion Jones reacts after competing in the women's 100 metre dash at the FBK Games ... 
US sprinter Marion Jones reacts after competing in the women's 100 metre dash at the FBK Games in Hengelo, in the Netherlands. U.S. sprinter Marion Jones reacts after competing in the women's 100 metre dash at the FBK Games in Hengelo, in the Netherlands, May 29, 2005. The Euro-Meetings group which organises nearly 50 meetings said this month it would invite neither Jones nor her partner Tim Montgomery to any of its competitions. Montgomery has been charged with serious doping offences by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) after a federal raid on the BALCO laboratory in California. Jones has also been investigated by USADA but has not been charged with any offence. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen 
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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August 27, 2004 
Marion Jones of the U.S. waits her turn to compete in the women's long jump final at the Athens 2004... 
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic 
Marion Jones of the US waits to compete in long jump final at Athens 2004 Olympic Games. 
Marion Jones of the U.S. waits her turn to compete in the women's long jump final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 27, 2004. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich JSK/AA 
SPORT ATHLETICS
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May 22, 2004 
US sprint star Marion Jones wins the long jump with a 7.13 meter jump at the track and field invitational... 
Carson, USA 
MARION JONES WINS LONG JUMP AT INVITATIONAL. 
US sprint star Marion Jones wins the long jump with a 7.13 meter jump at the track and field invitational in Carson, California May 22, 2004. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson LN 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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September 20, 2002 
Marion Jones of the USA reacts after winning the 100m event during the
9th World Cup in Athletics in... 
Madrid, Spain - Kingdom of 
MARION JONES REACTS AFTER WINNING 100M EVENT AT WORLD CUP IN MADRID. 
Marion Jones of the USA reacts after winning the 100m event during the
9th World Cup in Athletics in Madrid, September 20, 2002. Olympic
champion Marion Jones completed her first unbeaten season on Friday
after recovering from an uncharacteristic false start to win the
women's 100 meters comfortably for the United States. Jones clocked
10.90 seconds after the race had been delayed by a total of three
premature starts. REUTERS/Paul Hanna ATHENS 2004 PREVIEW PROSPECTS TRACK
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August 10, 2001 
CANADA - YEAR END PICTURES 2001 - Marion Jones of the U.S. celebrates
with the American flag after winning... 
Edmonton, Canada 
JONES OF USA WITH FLAG AFTER WINNING WOMENS 200 METER FINAL IN
EDMONTON. 
CANADA - YEAR END PICTURES 2001 - Marion Jones of the U.S. celebrates
with the American flag after winning the women's 200 meter final at the
World Championships in Athletics, in Edmonton August 10, 2001. Jones
won in a time of 22.39 seconds. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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SPORT ATHLETICS JONES
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June 05, 2001 
Triple Olympic champion Marion Jones (L) said on June 5, 2001 that she had separated from her husband,... 
Raleigh, Australia 
FILE PHOTO OF CJ HUNTER AND MARION JONES. 
Triple Olympic champion Marion Jones (L) said on June 5, 2001 that she had separated from her husband, world shot put champion C.J. Hunter (R), and will seek a divorce. C.J. and I very recently decided we were headed in different directions in terms of our lives and decided that it was time for us to go on in our separate ways," Jones told Reuters in a telephone interview from her home in Apex. Jones pokes her tongue out as she waits next to her husband, world shot put champion, C.J. Hunter (R) during training in Sydney in this September 16, 2000 file photo.

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ESPY AWARDS
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February 12, 2001 
Actor Sylvester Stallone presents Marion Jones with the Espy Award for Female Athlete of the Year during... 
Las Vegas, USA 
STALLONE PRESENTS ESPY TO MARION JONES IN LAS VEGAS. 
Actor Sylvester Stallone presents Marion Jones with the Espy Award for Female Athlete of the Year during the ninth annual ESPY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas February 12, 2001.

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SPORT OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
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September 28, 2000 
Marion Jones (C) of the United States shows the gold medal she won in the women's 200 m final at the... 
Sydney, Australia 
JONES, DAVIS-THOMPSON AND JAYASINGHE SHOW OLYMPIC MEDALS. 
Marion Jones (C) of the United States shows the gold medal she won in the women's 200 m final at the Olympic Games in Sydney on September 28, 2000, next to Pauline Davis-Thompson (L) of the Bahamas who won the silver medal and bronze winner Susan Jayasinghe of Sri Lanka. Jayasinghe goes down in history as the second Sri Lankan to win an Olympic medal, and the first female to do so.

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September 28, 2000 
Marion Jones of the United States shows the gold medal she won in the women's 200 m final at the Olympic... 
Sydney, Australia 
MARION JONES SHOWS OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL. 
Marion Jones of the United States shows the gold medal she won in the women's 200 m final at the Olympic Games in Sydney on September 28, 2000. Pauline Davis-Thompson of the Bahamas won the silver medal and Susan Jayasinghe of Sri Lanka won bronze.

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September 26, 2000 
US shot put champion C.J. Hunter (L), accompanied by his wife Marion Jones, holds a news conference in... 
Sydney, Australia 
C.J HUNTER AND WIFE MARION JONES AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY. 
US shot put champion C.J. Hunter (L), accompanied by his wife Marion Jones, holds a news conference in Sydney September 26, 2000. Hunter said on Tuesday he could not explain why he failed four tests for the anabolic steroid nandrolone but that he would defend himself and expected to be exonerated.

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YEAREND
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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 
YEAREND PICTURES 2000. 
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 23, 2000 
American sprinter Marion Jones (R) greets her brother Albert (L) after winning the women's 100m final... 
Sydney, Australia 
MARION JONES GREETS HER BROTHER ALBERT AFTER WINNING 100M FINAL AT SYDNEY OLYMPIC GAMES. 
American sprinter Marion Jones (R) greets her brother Albert (L) 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 23, 2000 
United States runner Marion Jones shows the gold medal won in the women's 100 m race at the Olympic Games... 
Sydney, Australia 
MARION JONES SHOWS GOLD MEDAL AFTER SPRINT WIN AT OLYMPICS. 
United States runner Marion Jones shows the gold medal won in the women's 100 m race at the Olympic Games in Sydney on September 23, 2000. Jones won with a time of 10.75 seconds.

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September 23, 2000 
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win after passing Ekaterini Thanou (R) from Greece (R) and Chandra... 
Sydney, Australia 
MARION JONES FROM THE USA CELEBRATES HER WIN IN THE WOMEN'S 100M FINAL AT THE SYDNEY OLYMPIC GAMES. 
Marion Jones from the USA celebrates her win after passing Ekaterini Thanou (R) from Greece (R) and Chandra Sturrup from the Bahamas in the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games September 23, 2000. Jones won the race in 10.75 seconds, Thanou won the silver with a time of 11.12 seconds, and Jamaica's Tanya Lawrence won bronze in 11.18 seconds. Sturrup finished sixth with a time of 11.21 seconds.

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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September 15, 2000 
American sprinter Marion Jones, a favourite to win five medals, smiles during the opening ceremony of... 
Sydney, Australia 
MARION JONES SMILES DURING OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY. 
American sprinter Marion Jones, a favourite to win five medals, smiles during the opening ceremony of Sydney's Olympic Games September 15, 2000. Athletes from 199 nations are participating in the XXVII Summer Olympic Games which will continue until October 1.

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SPORT ATHLEICS
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August 01, 2000 
U.S. sprinter Marion Jones celebrates after winning the women's 100 metres at the Grand Prix in Stockholm... 
Stockholm, UK 
MARION JONES WINS 100 METRES IN STOCKHOLM. 
U.S. sprinter Marion Jones celebrates after winning the women's 100 metres at the Grand Prix in Stockholm August 1, 2000. Jones won in 10.68 seconds.

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SPORT AWARDS
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May 25, 2000 
AMERICAN SPRINTER MARION JONES AND HER HUSBAND J.J HUNTER ARRIVE AT THE LAUREUS SPORTS AWARDS IN MONTE... 
Monte Carlo, Monaco 
AMERICAN SPRINTER MARION JONES AND HER HUSBAND J.J HUNTER ARRIVE AT THE LAUREUS SPORTS AWARDS IN ... 
AMERICAN SPRINTER MARION JONES AND HER HUSBAND J.J HUNTER ARRIVE AT THE LAUREUS SPORTS AWARDS IN MONTE CARLO.


U.S. sprinter Marion Jones (L) arrives with her husband J.J Hunter at the Monte carlo sporting club to attend the Laureus sports award in Monte Carlo May 25. Stars and sports celebrities are attending the Laureus sports awards which are the first annual ceremony to acknowledge sporting excellence across all disciplines and all continents. 
SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 25, 1999 
Marion Jones of the U.S. hits the track as she falls injured in her 200 meter semi-final at the 7th IAAF... 
Seville, Spain - Kingdom of 
MARION JONES HITS THE TRACK AS SHE FALLS INJURED IN HER 200 METER SEMI-FINAL. 
Marion Jones of the U.S. hits the track as she falls injured in her 200 meter semi-final at the 7th IAAF world championships in athletics in Seville August 25.

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SPORT ATHLETICS WORLD
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August 23, 1999 
Marion Jones of the United States lands in the sand during her long jump final at the 7th IAAF world... 
Seville, Spain - Kingdom of 
MARION JONES LANDS IN THE SAND DURING LONG JUMP FINAL. 
Marion Jones of the United States lands in the sand during her long jump final at the 7th IAAF world championships in athletics in Seville August 23. Jones jumped 6.76 meters in her first attempt.

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November 21, 1997 
American sprinter Marion Jones (R) and Denmark's 800 metres recordsman Wilson Kipketer are named athletes... 
France 
JONE AND KIPKETER HOLD AWARDS 
American sprinter Marion Jones (R) and Denmark's 800 metres recordsman Wilson Kipketer are named athletes of the year by the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) in Monte Carlo November 21. Jones and Kipketer pose with their trophies after the IAAF award ceremony gala .

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July 06, 1997 
Marion Jones of the United States (L) duels with Merlene Ottey of Jamaica (R) during the women's 100... 
Belgium 
JONES AND OTTEY DUEL IN FINAL OF WOMEN'S 100M IN BRUSSLES 
Marion Jones of the United States (L) duels with Merlene Ottey of Jamaica (R) during the women's 100 metres event at the Brussels Grand Prix athletics meeting August 22. Jones won the event in a time of 10.76.

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October 05, 2007 
US Marion Jones holds the U.S. flags aloft after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic... 
Sydney, Australia 
File photo of U.S. sprinter Marion Jones holding flags aloft after winning the women's 100m final at... 
US Marion Jones holds the U.S. flags aloft after winning the women's 100m final at the Sydney Olympic Games, in this September 23, 2000 file photo.Jones has admitted using steroids as she prepared for the 2000 Olympics and plans to plead guilty on Friday to two counts of lying about her drug use, the Washington Post reported on October 4, 2007. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files (UNITED STATES) 
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