IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Denis Oswald, right, speaks as Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the London Organizing Committee listens,during a press conference at the end of the ninth and penultimate... more 
IOC Coordination Commission Chairman Denis Oswald, right, speaks as Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the London Organizing Committee listens,during a press conference at the end of the ninth and penultimate visit to the London 2012 facilities by the commission, in London, Friday Oct. 7, 2011. The the IOC backed Britain's right to impose a hard-line lifetime ban to stop British drug cheats from competing at the London 2012 Games, with Oswald saying he "respected the right" of each National Olympic Committee (NOC) to decide independently what behaviour is appropriate for athletes. He said: "The autonomy of each National Olympic Committee is to establish their own policy on the eligibility of their athletes.(AP Photo/Edmond Terakopian) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Edmond Terakopian
Fri, Oct 7, 2011 1:04 PM EDT