Marion Jones, center, a a former world champion (Credit: AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)

Marion Jones, center, a a former world champion track and field athlete and a former professional basketball player, talks to students of a high school in Belgrade, Serbia, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011. Jones visited the Serbian captial as part of a U.S. State Department program, presenting lectures and basketball clinics to young adults. (AP Photo/ Marko Drobnjakovic)

Marion Jones

Photos of Olympic gold medalist and admitted steroid user Marion Jones.

Marion Jones, center, a a former world champion
(Credit: AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)

Marion Jones, center, a a former world champion track and field athlete and a former professional basketball player, talks to students of a high school in Belgrade, Serbia, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011. Jones visited the Serbian captial as part of a U.S. State Department program, presenting lectures and basketball clinics to young adults. (AP Photo/ Marko Drobnjakovic)

Marion Jones, right, a a former world champion
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Marion Jones, right, a a former world champion track and field athlete and a former professional basketball player, participates in a basketball clinic at a high school in Belgrade, Serbia, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011. Jones visited the Serbian capital as part of a U.S. State Department program, presenting lectures and basketball clinics to young adults. (AP Photo/ Marko Drobnjakovic)

Marion Jones, left, a former world champion track
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Marion Jones, left, a former world champion track and field athlete and a former professional basketball player, participates in a basketball clinic at a high school in Belgrade, Serbia. Jones visited the Serbian capital as part of a U.S. State Department program, presenting lectures and basketball clinics to young adults. (Oct. 18, 2011)

Marion Jones laughs during an interview with The
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Marion Jones laughs during an interview with The Associated Press in Austin, Texas. (Oct. 13, 2010)

In Marion Jones' new book "On the Right
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In Marion Jones' new book "On the Right Track," she discusses her time in prison and she regrets having lied about using steriods. (Oct. 13, 2010)

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Gormer Olympic track star Marion Jones, posing here
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Gormer Olympic track star Marion Jones, posing here in Austin, Texas, Marion Jones discusses her time in prison in her new book "On the Right Track." (Oct. 13, 2010)

Members of the U.S. women's 4X400 relay team,
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Members of the U.S. women's 4X400 relay team, from left, Jearl Miles-Clark, Monique Hennagan, La Tasha Colander-Richardson (now Colander Clark) , and Marion Jones display their gold medals during award ceremonies at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. American sprinters who were stripped of their 2000 Olympics relay medals because teammate Marion Jones was doping have won an appeal to have them restored. (Sept. 30, 2000)

Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the
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Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the press after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Marion Jones (L) walks with her husband Obadele
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Marion Jones (L) walks with her husband Obadele Thompson after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Disgraced former track star Marion Jones leaves Federal
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Disgraced former track star Marion Jones leaves Federal Court after sentencing 11 January 2008 in White Plains, New York, accompanied by husband Obadele Thompson (R). Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about taking steroids in a doping scandal that cost the sprinter her Olympic medals.

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Marion Jones walks away after giving a brief
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Marion Jones walks away after giving a brief statement to the press after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Disgraced former track star Marion Jones leaves Federal
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Disgraced former track star Marion Jones leaves Federal Court after sentencing 11 January 2008 in White Plains, New York, accompanied by husband Obadele Thompson (R). Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about taking steroids in a doping scandal that cost the sprinter her Olympic medals.

Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the
(Credit: Chris Hondros, Getty Images)

Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the press after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Marion Jones (L) stands with her husband Obadele
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Marion Jones (L) stands with her husband Obadele Thompson after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the
(Credit: Chris Hondros, Getty Images)

Marion Jones gives a brief statement to the press after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

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Marion Jones (L) stands with her husband Obadele
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Marion Jones (L) stands with her husband Obadele Thompson after she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.

Marion Jones (L) holds hands with her husband
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Marion Jones (L) holds hands with her husband Obadele Thompson as she leaves court January 11, 2008 in White Plains, New York. Marion Jones was sentenced to six months in prison for lying about using steroids during her athletic career and a check-fraud scam.