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SBD Global/June 18, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Usain Bolt's Coach Glen Mills Calls For Anti-Doping Lab In Jamaica
Published June 18, 2013
SHOCK REACTION: The JAMAICA OBSERVER reported the Jamaican Diaspora "reacted with shock to the positive drug test of Olympic champion Veronica Campbell Brown, but gave her support with the hope her name would be cleared." Former U.S. North East Diaspora Board member Patrick Beckford said, "I think that we are sensationalizing the whole issue. We should wait until all the facts come out. I don't think that she or the management are stupid; and from what I have read that masking agent can be used for a lot of things" (JAMAICA OBSERVER, 6/17).