Justin Gatlin on Lilly King’s doping criticism: ‘I’ve served that time’

Justin Gatlin, the US sprinter considered the biggest threat to Usain Bolt in the 100m final on Sunday, says he is not concerned with those who think he doesn’t belong at the Games.

Gatlin, who won gold at 100m at the 2004 Olympics, has been caught using banned substances twice. The first was for amphetamines, though arbitrators determined he didn’t use them for doping but to treat attention deficit disorder. The second came for excessive testosterone in 2006 and resulted in a four-year ban.

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