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IOC to Get Tyler Hamilton's USADA Files

Rider's '04 Olympic gold under review

The United States Anti-Doping Association announced Tuesday that it will give the International Olympic Committee files on cyclist Tyler Hamilton in time to decide whether to reorder medals from the 2004 Olympics. Hamilton admitted to doping last May and says he turned in the gold medal he won at the 2004 Olympic time trial. IOC says it has not received the medal and cannot proceed without an investigation. Hamilton tested positive for a blood transfusion during and after the 2004 Olympic games. An eight-year statute of limitations on the case expires in August.

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