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Sprint 100m World Champion banned for two years

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Sprint 100m World Champion banned for two years

Sprint 100m World Champion banned for two years

The U.S. sprinter and 100 meter world champion Christian Coleman has been banned from competition for two years for breaching anti-doping whereabouts rules.

The decision means he will miss next years Olympic Games in Toyko.

Adam Reed reports.


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