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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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Jamaica's Michael Frater backs Chambers

Sprinter Michael Frater (second from left) 'doesn't' have a problem with Dwain competing at the Olympics

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."

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