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Jamaican sprinter Michael Frater has welcomed Dwain Chambers' return.
The Olympic 4x100m relay gold medallist, whose team mates include Usain Bolt, said: "I definitely don't have a problem with Dwain coming back and competing at the Olympics.
"Dwain realised that he had made a mistake in taking a banned substance. He was one of the few people who came out and said publicly that he had done drugs and he had made a mistake and he has now been clean for a while."
Britain can expect to be represented by a 'clean team' at the London Olympics, British Olympic chief Colin Moynihan declared.
Lord Moynihan said:
ITV News has obtained footage of sprinter Dwain Chambers training in Kingston, Jamaica last month. The former world indoor 60 metres champion is seen here dressed in a blue T-shirt, black track pants and green running shoes.
Dwain Chambers' manager Siza Agha has hit out at the British Olympic Association's handling of the doping case.
Mr Agha said:
Andy Hunt, the British Olympic Association Chief Executive and Team GB Chef de Mission for the Olympics, has tweeted his reaction after a court overturned the BOA's policy of Olympic lifetime bans for drugs cheats:
British Olympic Association chairman Lord Moynihan described today's outcome as "disappointing" for athletes, coaches and others in international sport that want to see greater progress in the fight against doping.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president John Fahey has blasted the British Olympic Association for "many hysterical and inaccurate public statements" during the case.
Welcoming the ruling, Mr Fahey said:
British Olympic Association chairman Lord Moynihan described the outcome as a "hollow victory for WADA" and said they would be pushing for tougher sanctions for doping offences in the global code.
He also confirmed that Chambers and Millar are now eligible to be selected by their sports, and would be treated the same as all the other Team GB members if selected.
British Cycling has refused to speculate on the possibility that David Millar will be a part of the Olympic cycling team, following the CAS ruling against a lifetime drugs ban.
A spokesperson for British Cycling said: "Our team for the Games is being selected in June and across all disciplines we'll pick the team based on which riders are fit and available, and who we believe have the best chance to deliver medals."
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Sprinter Dwain Chambers cleared to compete in this year's London Olympics after a court overturned the BOA's lifetime ban on drug cheats.
Drugs cheats Dwain Chambers and David Millar will have lifetime bans lifted today, allowing their selection for the London 2012 Olympics.