Track Olympian Reportedly Admits to Steroid Use Track superstar Marion Jones has admitted to using steroids, according to a letter obtained by The Washington Post. In the letter, Jones says she took a steroid nicknamed "the clear" before the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, where she won five medals.
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Track Olympian Reportedly Admits to Steroid Use

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Track Olympian Reportedly Admits to Steroid Use

Track Olympian Reportedly Admits to Steroid Use

Track Olympian Reportedly Admits to Steroid Use

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Track superstar Marion Jones has admitted to using steroids, according to a letter obtained by The Washington Post.

In the letter, Jones tells family and friends that she took a steroid nicknamed "the clear" before the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, where she won five medals.

Jones has strongly denied allegations of using banned drugs.