Dwain Chambers eligible for London 2012 after court ruling

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Britain's former drugs cheats can compete at London 2012 after a court overturned the British Olympic Association's policy of handing out lifetime bans, BBC Sport has learned.

The BOA has lost its battle with the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas). It means the likes of sprinter Dwain Chambers, 34, and cyclist David Millar, 35, can try to qualify for Team GB. Cas is expected to formally announce its decision at 1500 BST on Monday. Athletes will still have to reach the Olympic qualifying standard to be considered for selection.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk...ympics/17853070

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I'm glad that this decision has been made...

If somebody makes an incorrect decision in life they should be allowed to ammend it. :pinch:

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