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The Marion Jones Story

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The story of Marion Jones who made history by being the first woman to win five medals at a single Olympic Games.

However, Jones was discovered to have been taking performance-enhancing drugs and had all her medals stripped from her. 

Listen to British athletes Steve Cram and Paula Radcliffe and UK Anti-Doping's Chief Executive Andy Parkinson discuss how cheating athletes like Jones are "literally left with nothing".

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