Veronica Campbell-Brown reportedly tests positive for banned substance

Jamaican athlete could face two-year ban

World 200m champion, sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica has tested positive for a banned diuretic and faces a two year ban from athletics competition. FILE - JUNE 16, 2013: World 200m champion, sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica has tested positive for a banned diuretic and faces a two year ban from athletics competition OSAKA, JAPAN - AUGUST 28: Gold medalist Veronica Campbell of Jamaica shows off her gold medal from the Women’s 100m on day four of the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championships on August 28, 2007 at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

World 200m champion, sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica has tested positive for a banned diuretic and faces a two year ban from athletics competition. FILE - JUNE 16, 2013: World 200m champion, sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown of Jamaica has tested positive for a banned diuretic and faces a two year ban from athletics competition OSAKA, JAPAN - AUGUST 28: Gold medalist Veronica Campbell of Jamaica shows off her gold medal from the Women’s 100m on day four of the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championships on August 28, 2007 at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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