Barry Bonds: Charged with four counts of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice for telling a federal grand jury he never knowingly used steroids. The substance he's accused of taking, The Clear, was neither illegal nor specifically banned by baseball at the time of his testimony. Trial is scheduled to begin…
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Remember the women's 100m race at the Sydney games? No you don't. Because according to the IOC, it never happened.
Apparently there were still humans on the planet who legitimately believed Marion Jones hadn't taken anabolic steroids, but for the rest of us, Jones' "confession" was a confirmation of what any reasonable person had known for quite some time.
The Washington Post is reporting that Marion Jones failed a drug test at the U.S. nationals earlier this year. The test turned up a little erythropoietin, or EPO, as the cool kids call it. If her 'B' sample turns up the same thing, she's looking at a two-year ban. I'll give you a few minutes to recover from the shock.