Veronica Campbell-Brown, a two-time Olympic champion, has been provisionally suspended as a result of an ongoing case against her, according to the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association. Campbell-Brown's management has denied any impropriety.
Campbell-Brown holds seven Olympic medals, including three golds in the 200 meters (2004, 2008) and 4x100 relay (2004). According to The Guardian, she failed a drug test for a banned diuretic which is often used to mask other drugs.
"The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association can now confirm that a case concerning Mrs. Veronica Campbell-Brown is currently ongoing," Campbell-Brown's management team, On Track Management, said a statement. "The matter is being handled according to the IAAF rules. She has been provisionally suspended from competition awaiting the outcome of the disciplinary panelRead More »from Jamaican champion sprinter suspended after failed doping test