Dwain Chambers remains full of enthusiasm for the forthcoming athletics season despite continued restrictions on where he can compete.
The 31-year-old Londoner, who served a two-year suspension after testing positive for the designer steroid THG in August 2003, is remaining upbeat but again faces a slender competition schedule in 2010 due to a ban imposed on convicted doping offenders at more than 50 events organised by Euromeetings.
“The national trials and the world indoors are top of the list,” Chambers told Press Association Sport.
“Then I will get myself ready for the European Championships.”
The Great Britain sprinter finished sixth in the men’s 100m behind Jamaica’s Usain Bolt at the IAAF World Championships in Berlin this past August…..Read More