CAS upholds doping ban appeal by Powell, Simpson
The Court of Arbitration for Sport says it has upheld in part appeals filed by Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson . Powell and Simpson tested positive for a banned stimulant at Jamaica's national trials last year. Earlier this
Carl Lewis and the Jamaican sprint team are talking 'smack'
Olympic gold medalist Lewis recently told a TV station in India that the doping bans on Jamaicans Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson were a vindication of the comments Lewis made in 2008 in reference to Usain Bolt's success at the Beijing Games
Asafa Powell files appeal to CAS over ban
suspended from competition since his doping case was disclosed last July. Powell and three-time Olympic medalist Sherone Simpson tested positive for the banned stimulant oxilofrone at Jamaica's national trials last June. They were banned by
Vice chair of Jamaica doping panel sent on leave
conclusion of his court case. He led the three-member panel that recently banned Olympic sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson for 18 months after they tested positive for a banned stimulant at the national trials last June.
Doping ban for Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell
collection on June 21, 2013. That means he's eligible to return to competition on Dec. 20. Like former teammate Sherone Simpson , Powell had placed the blame on a physiotherapist who supplied them with supplements. Earlier this week, Simpson
Tuesday's Sports In Brief
San Diego Padres, but was with his family. TRACK AND FIELD KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) - Jamaican Olympic sprinter Sherone Simpson was banned from her sport until Dec. 20 after testing positive for a banned substance. The Jamaica Anti-Doping