Donovan Bailey Charged With DUI

Champion sprinter pulled over in Toronto

May 15, 2012
Outside
Outside Magazine

On Monday, former Olympic champion Donovan Bailey was charged with driving under the influence after a March 28 incident in downtown Toronto. According to the court filing, Bailey, who won and set a world record in the 100 meters at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, was stopped by police and later failed a breathalyzer test. Bailey faces a fine and license suspension if convicted. This is the third time the five-time world champion has been charged with a driving-related incident. He was previously charged with leaving the scene of a crash and speeding.

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