What the IAAF jury of appeal take away with one hand they give with the other.
Dwain Chambers exploded with emotion as he crossed the finish line to win the British 100 metres title and keep his Olympic dream alive. Leaping around the track in unbridled celebration, the 34-year-old who has been struggling for form all season let out a primeval roar to show just how much the victory meant.
Usain Bolt had predicted that world records would fall this summer, but was left scratching his head after recording the slowest 100m final time of his senior career at the Mestsky stadium here on Friday night.
It is not just the general public who are in awe of Usain Bolt but his rivals too, according to Dwain Chambers, who lines up against the triple world record holder here on Friday night.
For the first time in his career Dwain Chambers has begun using a sports psychologist.
Jessica Ennis battled the Yorkshire winds at the Dorothy Hyman Stadium on Sunday to win two county championship throws titles but the 26-year-old was frustrated that the conditions did not allow her a bigger throw in the javelin.
Just days after Dwain Chambers received the all clear to compete at the Olympic Games the 34-year-old has been invited to line up against Usain Bolt at his first high profile grand prix fixture in almost a decade.
This is a sad day for sport.
The sprinter Dwain Chambers and the cyclist David Millar will both be eligible to compete at the London Olympic Games.