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ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 05, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The tearful admission by track star Marion Jones that she used steroids before the 2000 Olympic Games reported. [JONES - says "I have betrayed your trust" and have pled guilty to making false statements and "I have been dishonest."]

(Studio: Kate Snow) The fall of a sports icon reviewed; details given about her lies to the world, her link to Balco and about what may happen to her Olympic medals. [Balco's Victor CONTE - says Jones injected drugs in front of him him.] [Earlier, JONES - denies using performance-enhancing drugs.] [Now, JONES - asks for forgiveness.] [Competitor Inga MILLER†- reacts.] ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN†- says the sports headlines have been bad for a quarter century.] Statement from IOC vice president Thomas Bach quoted.

Gibson, Charles;
Snow, Kate

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