FILE - In this May 12, 2002, file photo, Tammy Thomas of the United States, raises her hand in celebration after winning the women's sprint final against fellow American Tanya Lindenmuth at the World Cup Track Cycling in Sydney, Australia. Thomas was a bit player in the infamous Bay Area-based sports doping scandal that ensnared Barry Bonds and a host of other big-name athletes. Most recently, on the same day that Bonds' name first appeared on Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame ballot, Thomas asked a judge to end her probation term 11 months early so she can get on with her life without routine visits to her probation officer _ and can practice law. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)
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