Jamaican Track Team Runs Into Steroid Scandal

In a shocking scandalous expose, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED have documents proving that two members of the 2008 Jamaican Olympic track team received shipments for “performance-enhancing drugs through an Internet distribution network.” Fortunately, neither one of them is Usain Bolt. In fact, both of them are hippoty-hoppity hurdlers!

Delloreen Ennis-London and Adrian Findley

The two players in question are Delloreen Ennis-London, a 33-year-old who finished 5th in the 100-meter hurdles in Beijing, and 25-year-old Adrian Findlay, who was an alterate for the 400-meter hurdles. Apparently, steroids don’t make that much of a difference.

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Bolt Zaps Field To Become World’s Fastest Man

Saturday’s men’s 100-meter final was expected to be one of the marquee event of the Beijing Games, with a fast and incredibly close finish expected between Usain Bolt and Usafa Powell of Jamaica and American Tyson Gay. Instead, Bolt turned it into a rout, setting a world record of 9.69 while winning by two-tenths of a second, the largest margin of victory in the event in the last 40 years of the Olympics.

Usain Bolt

And oh yeah, he apparently did it with one of his shoes untied.

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