Documents in the federal case against disgraced Olympic athlete Marion Jones, made public yesterday, reveal the extent of her use of performance-enhancing drugs. The Bay Area lab that supplied Jones turned over a ledger detailing her use of human growth hormone, steroids, EPO, and other drugs in 2000 and 2001, during the period in which she won five medals at the Sydney Olympics, reports ESPN.
The ledger lists drug regimens, delivery systems—drops, injections—and results of drug tests; the names of other athletes are redacted. Jones pled guilty to lying to federal agents about her use of banned substances and is scheduled to be sentenced on January 11. Her Olympic and other records have been nullified.