Her husband that was a trainer is actually just really a basketball player and trained to get Olympics her.
A dominant force in women’s sprinting, Jones was upset in the 100 m sprint at the 2001 World Championships, as Ukrainian Zhanna Pintusevich-Block beat her for her first loss in the event in six years; Pintusevich-Block was one of the names revealed by Victor Conte during the BALCO scandals.
Jones, however, did claim the gold in both the 200 m and 4×100 m relay.
The case against BALCO covered more than 20 top level athletes including Jones’ ex-husband shot putter C. Hunter and the father of Jones’ first child, 100m sprinter Tim Montgomery.
In high school, Jones won the CIF California State Meet in the 100 m sprint four years in a row, representing Rio Mesa the first two years and Thousand Oaks high schools the last two.
He attended matches to encourage his spouse although her husband also to stay off from a trainer.
As a result of knee accident, he wasn’unable to tutor her.She was successfully defended by attorney Johnnie Cochran on charges of doping during her high school track career.She was invited to participate in the 1992 Olympic trials, and, after her showing in the 200 meters finals, would have made the team as an alternate in the 4×100 meters relay, but she declined the invitation.By July 8, 2006, Jones appeared to be in top form; she won the 100 m sprint at Gaz de France with a time of 10.93 seconds. Three days later, Jones once more improved on her seasonal best time at the Rome IIAF Golden League (10.91 seconds), but lost to Jamaica’s Sherone Simpson, who clocked 10.87.Marion Lois Jones (born October 12, 1975), also known as Marion Jones-Thompson, is a former world champion track and field athlete.After winning further statewide sprint titles, she accepted a full scholarship to the University of North Carolina in basketball, where she helped the team win the NCAA championship in her freshman year.