PARIS (AP) _ Track and field's governing body has removed all of
Marion Jones' results dating back to September 2000 in the wake of
her doping admission.
Among the results annulled were Jones' Olympic and world
championship titles. In addition, Jones was told to return her
prize money from that period and was placed under a two-year
Jones now lives in Austin. A person who answered the phone at
her Austin house said the former track star had no comment.
The International Association of Athletics Federation
recommended that Jones' relay teammates be disqualified and lose
their medals from the 2000 Olympics.
Jones admitted last month that she took designer steroids from
September 2000 to July 2001.
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