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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