Track and Field Doping Development

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High-profile American track and field athletes may be barred from competing in upcoming meets, possibly even this summer's Olympic games. The athletes have not failed drug tests, but the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency says it has documentary evidence linking them to the use of banned substances.

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Tom Goldman
*NPR sports correspondent

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