Dwain Chambers

It's May, an alpine red two carriage train pulls into the modest dated platform of the station at uptown Chamonix...Amidst the sprinkling of tourists, hardcore climbers and off piste skiers were an unlikely group of virgin adventurers freshly kitted out for their first taste of the real mountains.
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Athletics is now seeking salvation from the stains that have been ingrained into the sport by cowardly drug-cheats. Dwain Chambers is the one everyone talks about - he is, to an extent, the victim of a witch-hunt - it does seem that Chambers is the man always singled out in any discussion of doping in athletics.
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Dwain Chambers is one of 71 track and field athletes selected to represent Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics. The British
Dwain Chambers sits in a Kingston hotel lobby and pauses before deciding on the message he would like to convey to the nation
Like Atlas, Dwain had been banished to the edge of the athletics carrying his own and perhaps the athletic sins of others on his shoulders. On Saturday, for the first time, I saw a very different Dwain Chambers. A great burden lifted away and a look of determination as he can finally look forward rather than dwelling on his well documented past and most of all a smile that was no longer a mask, but came from within... with the support of the public, I know he will finally realise his true potential.
Britain's former drugs cheats can compete at London 2012 after a court overturned the British Olympic Association's policy
Former drugs cheat Dwain Chambers will be free to compete at the London 2012 Olympic Games after the British Olympic Association
Dwain Chambers' manager has told The Huffington Post UK sections of the media are misinforming readers ahead of the athlete's