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Sport: Track and Field
Career: 2003 Inductee of USA Track and Field Hall of Fame
Age at Unretirement: 42
Decker was banned in June 1997 by the International Assn. of Athletics Foundation (IAAF) for a urine test that concluded her testosterone-epitestosterone level was above the legal ratio. She was reinstated by USA Track and Field in September '99. Decker attempted, but failed, to qualify for the 2000 Olympics.