Instant Index: Olympic Sprinter Tests Positive for Banned Substance

David Muir reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
0:47 | 07/14/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Olympic Sprinter Tests Positive for Banned Substance
Instant index this Sunday starting with the US Olympic sprinter and the test results that could end his career. -- -- -- tested positive for a banned substance he won't say it was a steroid. But he is saying he'll be truthful with Anti Doping Agency. In San Francisco the game that left San Francisco pictured Tim Lincecum and the fans. Speechless. He threw his first career no hitter last night shutting -- the Padres and breaking out of his slump just a few months ago Lincecum was. Statistically the worst starting pitcher and nationally. How about last night. And there's a reason they call -- Florida's treasure coast tonight. They're cashing in. While combing the bottom of the CNN dot Brent -- metal -- suddenly goes off a list that a stunning shot and stash of gold from a sunken Spanish ship. 48 points are worth about 200000. Dollars.

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