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Bolt vs Chambers, that is the question

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USA Today  March 27, 2009     By The Associated Press     CHAMBERS VS. BOLT:@ The president of the international track federation doesn't think multiple world-record holder Usain Bolt is the most talked-about sprinter in every corner of the globe. He's not happy about it, either. 

    "If I had Dwain Chambers and Bolt in Europe, they'd talk about Dwain Chambers," Lamine Diack said. "That's the problem. They've been very serious about that for a long time. Is he coming back, is he not coming back? It's a big issue."     But Diack conceded that the issue is closed from the IAAF perspective after the council's decision not to take any action against the British sprinter.     Chambers, who served a two-year ban after testing positive for the steroid THG in August 2003, didn't compete in the Beijing Olympics last summer because of a lifetime ban imposed by the British Olympic team.     He recently published a book detailing his past doping offenses. The IAAF looked into it to see if it should suspend the sprinter for "bringing the sport into disrepute."     Diack said he was not happy to hear reports that Chambers was resuming his relationship with Victor Conte, the central figure in the BALCO scandal. Conte pleaded guilty to operating a steroids distribution ring and served four months in prison.     Chambers, who recently won the European indoor 60 meters, is using a legal high-tech breathing device to boost his oxygen capacity under the supervision of Conte.     "I've said I don't understand that," Diack said. "I guess he must think Victor Conte is a very special guy, that he's like a guru, telling people what to do. But we do know he was in prison."
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