News: U.S. sprinter Torri Edwards was reinstated by track and field's ruling body Saturday before the completion of her two-year doping suspension.
Edwards received a two-year suspension in April 2004 after testing positive for the stimulant nikethamide, making her unable to compete in the Athens Olympics.
But the World Anti-Doping Agency downgraded nikethamide earlier this year and said a one-year suspension would be the maximum punishment, spokesman Nick Davies said at the council meeting of the International Association of Athletics Federations.
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Because Edwards already had been suspended for 15 months, the council voted to reinstate her 'on legal grounds' if she is clean in a final test, Davies said.
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