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Olympic Games / Drug Charges / Salt Lake City, Utah #395940

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 25, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Axelrod) Positive drug test results against Romanian gymnast Andreea Raducan and United States shotputter C.J. Hunter reported. [Former Olympic track coach Al BUEHLER - says accusations against Hunter affect his wife, sprinter Marion Jones.] [International Olympic Committee Francois CARRARD - says Jones has been tested.] [Drug expert Charles YESALIS - says the Sydney games have a drug problem like any other Olympics.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Sydney, Australia: Barry Petersen) Plans to put in place a very strict anti-drug policy during the Salt Lake City, UT, Winter Olympics in 2002 reported. [Health and Human Services Secretary Donna SHALALA - says drug use is not acceptable.] [Office of National Drug Control Policy Barry McCAFFREY - says drug use threatens the integrity of the Olympics.] [Investigative reporter Andrew JENNINGS - says athletes know what drugs can't be detected.] [US Anti- Doping Agency Chairman Frank SHORTER - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Axelrod, Jim;
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:05:00

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