Scotland's David Millar will be declared eligible to compete at the Olympics this summer as the lifetime ban imposed by the British Olympic Association for a drugs offence does not comply with the World Anti-Doping Agency's global code.
The cyclist admitted to taking the blood-boosting agent EPO eight years ago.
Millar was banned under a BOA bylaw but the Court of Arbitration for Sport will announce today that such a punishment is to be overturned. The lifetime bans imposed on sprinter Dwain Chambers and shot-putter Carl Myerscough are also to be lifted.
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