TrackAlerts.com is reporting that the five Jamaican athletes who returned positive tests at the National Championships in June are being threatened.

The athletes, who were reported as four males and one female, are scheduled to have their cases heard by a panel today, but the location has been kept under tight security in an attempt to keep the athletes safe.

On the heels of what is expected to be another dominating performances from the Jamaican sprinters like the one they accomplished at the Olympic Games in Beijing last summer, the news broke that five athletes failed drug tests.

The athletes’ names were not revealed by Jamaican officials, but reports circulating in the various media Outlets from Jamaica are pointing to Yohan Blake and Marvin Anderson, sprint training partners of Usain Bolt, as well as 400m runners Allodin Fothergill and Lansford Spence, with the lone female being 100m runner Sheri-Ann Brooks….Read TrackAlerts.com Article

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