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Some of the most famous Olympic athletes who were involved in drug scandals

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  1. Well known Olympic medication scandals

  2. Russia's Mariya Savinova responds as she wins gold in the ladies' 800m last at the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium August 11, 2012. Savinova is one of five Russian competitors suggested for a lifetime boycott in a World Anti-Doping Agency 2015 report. REUTERS/Phil Noble

  3. Jamaica's Asafa Powell takes a gander at the scoreboard in the wake of running in the men's 100m last amid the London 2012 Olympic Games August 5, 2012. Powell tried positive for the medication oxilofrine in 2013 and pulled back from the 2013 World Athletics Championships subsequently. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

  4. Former Olympic medalist Marion Jones addresses columnists after her sentencing at the U.S. Government Courthouse in White Plains, New York, January 11, 2008. Jones was sentenced to six months in jail for misleading government prosecutors about her steroid use. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky

  5. Greece's Konstantinos Kenteris (L) celebrates as he crosses the completion line to win the 200m last at the Sydney Olympic Games, September 28, 2000. Kenteris, 37, was sentenced to 31 months in prison in the wake of arranging a cruiser crash with preparing accomplice Ekaterini Thanou to maintain a strategic distance from a medications test amid the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

  6. Justin Gatlin of the U.S. commends winning the men's 100 meters last at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 22, 2004. Gatlin served two doping bans. His second positive test, in 2006, would have earned him a lifetime boycott; yet after he co-worked with hostile to doping powers he wound up ousted for just four years. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

  7. Ekaterini Thanou of Greece wins the ladies' 100m last at the European Athletics Championships in Munich August 7, 2002. Thanou, 36, was sentenced to 31 months in prison in the wake of arranging a cruiser crash with preparing accomplice Konstantinos Kenteris to maintain a strategic distance from a medications test amid the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

  8. Tyson Gay of the U.S. amid warms at the London 2012 Olympic Games August 4, 2012. In July 2013, Gay tried positive for a banned substance, he was suspended until June 23, 2014, and stripped of his silver decoration from the 2012 Summer Olympics. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

  9. Kelli White of the U.S. commends her win in the ladies' 100 meters at the World Athletics Championships close Paris August 24, 2003. On June 18, 2004, White was stripped of her awards, since she tried positive on a medication test. Every one of her exhibitions since December 15, 2000, have been canceled. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

  10. Morocco's Amine Laalou wins the men's 800m at Rome's Olympic Stadium July 14, 2006. Laalou was banned from the 2012 Olympics in the wake of testing positive for furosemide, a diuretic used to conceal the nearness of execution upgrading drugs. He was in this manner given a two-year boycott. REUTERS/Max Rossi

  11. Lyudmila Blonska of Ukraine responds in the spear toss amid the ladies' heptathlon at the World Athletics Championship in Osaka, August 26, 2007. Blonska was given a lifetime restriction from rivalry in the wake of coming up short a medication test at the 2008 Summer Olympics, her second doping offense. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

  12. Tim Montgomery sets another world record in the 100m at the Grand Prix last in Paris, September 14, 2002. On 13 December 2005, Montgomery was discovered blameworthy of utilizing execution upgrading medications and given a two-year boycott. REUTERS/Xavier Lhospice

  13. Sprinter Ben Johnson wins the gold award in the 100m sprint in Seoul, September 1988. This race brought about the greatest medications outrage to hit the late spring Games when Johnson tried positive for the steroid stanozolol. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn