As the legal side is now resolved it appears that UKA are welcoming Chambers back and fast tracking him into the relay team with relay practice in the coming weeks followed by a run out in Rome at the end of the month. He is also due to race Bolt in Ostrava:
Dwain Chambers to face Usain Bolt in Czech Republic meeting
Chambers has lost some body bulk and apparently included, under the advice of Dan Pfaff, a lot more speed endurance in his training. He may not be quite as explosive out of the blocks but could finish stronger - at least that is the theory. Will everyone in the potential relay squad welcome him back? What about Craig Pickering? Will Chambers be our number one sprinter this year?
As for Myerscough he has recently stated his desire to throw both shot and discus in London. The shot would have no effect on other throwers but in the discus he is one of four who could make the team. What would be the reaction of the one who missed out if Myerscough did make the team? Brett Morse expressed his support of the byelaw during the winter so what are his thoughts? As has already been posted it's fine to support these athletes if it does not directly affect you but what if it does?
Again, this can be an emotional subject but what if you are in CVC's position and have to manage it? This is now the reality of the CAS decision whether we like it or not.