Appeal is distracting - Chambers

Sprinter Dwain Chambers reveals he "would be lying" if he said his appeal against a British Olympic Association by-law preventing athletes previously convicted of cheating from competing at the Olympics was "not a distraction" following his bronze medal in the 60m at the World Indoor Championships in Istanbul.

Chambers tells BBC Radio 5 live's Mike Costello his "team-mates are very supportive" of his situation and that he "had to grow up and realise he was the culprit" for his ban as he prepares for a special hearing on Monday that will determine his eligibility to compete at London 2012.

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