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US sprinter Tyson Gay said that he will race again in 2014 once his one year ban for doping expires on June. The 32 year old athlete has confirmed this news recently at a media conference at his hometown in north USA. While attending a sports event being a special guest back at his home town in Kentucky, the sprinter has told the Lexington Herald newspaper that he is very keen on getting back to the tracks as during this one year ban, he missed the racing tracks. “I had to remain out of the sport for a year as the US anti doping agency did not let me take part in any tournament. But I think they definitely understood my mistake and pardoned me for that. Now that my banning period is getting over, I want to start my training as soon as possible. I will then decide in which GP to take part,” said the athlete when asked about his plans to continue his career after ban.
Gay’s ban came on July 15 in 2012 when the tests came positive and it was revealed that the sprinter had consumed some banned product to boost up his testosterone level before a particular event. Gay said that during his banning period he got immense support and encouragement from his fans and followers across the globe and he is grateful to them. “My seven year old daughter Trinity was my biggest support. I had a really great time during my ban with her,” said the athlete during the interview.
Now with Gay’s ban period getting over, experts believe that the 32 year old star athlete may compete in the Diamond Leagues of the Los Angeles where all key spinsters of the USA take part. Track field championship in California is also on the cards for Gay.
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