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What's Next for Marion Jones?

Marion Jones celebrates after winning the women's 100-meter at the IAAF Golden League in July 2006. Damien Meyer, AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Oct. 5, 2007
AP: IOC Set to Move on Jones' Medals — "The International Olympic Committee said Friday it will step up its investigation into the Jones case and the possible removal of her three gold and two bronze medals from the 2000 Sydney Games."

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