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Jones did retain her three gold medals as a world champion from 19.
At the time of her admission and subsequent guilty plea, Marion Jones was one of the most famous athletes to be linked to the BALCO scandal.
Hunter was immediately suspended from taking any role at the Sydney games, and he was ordered to surrender his on-field coaching credentials.
At a press conference where Hunter broke down in tears, he denied taking any performance-enhancing drugs, much less the easily detected nandrolone (which showed up in all four tests in amounts over 1000 times normal levels); Victor Conte of BALCO, who was regularly supplying "nutritional supplements" to Graham's athletes trained by Trevor Graham, blamed the test results on "an iron supplement" that contained nandrolone precursors Jones would later write in her autobiography, Marion Jones: Life in the Fast Lane, that Hunter's positive drug tests hurt their marriage and her image as a drug-free athlete. On June 28, 2003, Jones gave birth to a son (Tim Montgomery Jr.) with then-boyfriend Tim Montgomery, a world class sprinter himself.
Jones is a 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). Hunter voluntarily resigned his position at UNC to comply with the requirements of university rules prohibiting coach–athlete dating.
Those schools joined Jesuit High School (Sacramento) and Long Beach Polytechnic High School in having two athletes win the award.