Gold medal-winning Olympic track athlete who was found guilty of using performance enhancing drugs, stripping him of his medals.
He played basketball and football in school before going on to Norfolk State University, which was known for its strong track program.
He was found guilty of using performance-enhancing drugs and stripped of all records five years after his second gold medal; three years after that, he was arrested for dealing heroin.
He fathered a son by another track star, Marion Jones.
He and Barry Bonds obtained their performance-enhancing drugs from the same laboratory, according to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.