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Chambers eligible for Olympics

The sprinter Dwain Chambers and cyclist David Millar will be available for selection for the Olympics after the British Olympic Association lost a court case to enforce lifetime ban for drugs cheats.

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British Olympic Association confident of a 'clean team'

Britain can expect to be represented by a 'clean team' at the London Olympics, British Olympic chief Colin Moynihan declared.

Lord Moynihan said:

"I am as confident as I can be that we will have 550 athletes who have fully understood the consequences of taking performance-enhancing drugs and that have not done so.

"I absolutely hope that all the work that has been done with them... will ensure that we have a clean team which we have been successful in doing on many occasions in the past."

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