The US Anti-Doping Agency has pulled back its body of evidence against sprinter Christian Coleman, the quickest man on the planet this year.

Coleman, 23, had been accused of missing three medications tests and was confronting a programmed one-year boycott.

Usada said it had pulled back the charge in the wake of accepting direction from the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).

Coleman is currently allowed to contend at the World Athletics Championships, starting in Doha on 28 September.

The American ran a world-driving time of 9.81 seconds in the Diamond League in California in June.

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