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DRUGS AT THE GAMES

No one knew if Marion Jones would win five, if the U.S. would rule the pool, if the sun would shine at Bondi. But heading into Sydney, everyone knew drugs would have a big impact on the Games. Did they ever. The news that C.J. Hunter--a sidelined shot putter who is much better known as Jones' husband--had recently tested positive for steroids, became an overshadowing story. Hunter, a 320-pounder who usually avoids the media like a diet, summoned the press to assert, tears flowing, that he would never do anything to hurt his wife. But if he took nandrolone intentionally, he...

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