Dwain Chambers, UK's top 60 meter sprinter will continue to be banned from the Grand Prix because of his use of the anabolic steroid tetrahydrogestrinone.
Chambers has suffered a two year ban because of his use of the anabolic steroid tetrahydrogestrinone and had hoped that he would be given a chance to show his Grand Prix performance.
Lord Richard "Dick" Loveless of the Grand Prix selection committee met the press to explain the continued ban on Chambers:
"Everyone knows that the anabolic steroid tetrahydrogestrinone goes through soft tissue like the liver and the brain like a railroad train of razor blades. Plus this is the Grand Prix and we all know that soft, fatty tissue resides most predominantly in, let us say, the John Thomas.
"After a lifetime of anabolic steroid tetrahydrogestrinone use, Mr Chambers could hardly qualify as a Grand Prix candidate."