A sports court Monday lifted lifetime bans on British sprinter Dwain Chambers and cyclist David Millar for drug offenses, making them eligible for the Olympics.
Disgraced London-based sprinter Dwain Chambers, accused of doping, lost his appeal Friday to compete in the Beijing Olympic games.
The inclusion of a sprinter once banned for steroid use on England's squad for the World Indoor Championships has raised the ire of another former Olympian.
Fears that use of the designer steroid THG could be widespread in British sport have been proved unfounded following the retesting of almost 1,000 samples.
Dwain Chambers is expected to become the first athlete to challenge the British Olympic Association's lifetime ban policy.
British sprint star Dwain Chambers, who tested positive in 2003 for the steroid THG, has been banned from competition for two years.
Sprinter Dwain Chambers of England has been suspended by the International Association of Athletics Federation.
The U.S. government quickly banned the sale and use of the newly detected "synthetic designer" steroid, THG.
Four American runners who recently competed at the World Championships in Paris have tested positive for a banned steroid.
Commonwealth champion Kim Collins won the 100 meters at the World Track and Field Championships on Monday night.