MARION JONES: The Olympic track and field star has bounced back after her career took an unexpected turn in 2004 when BALCO founder Victor Conte claimed to give Jones illegal performance enhancing drugs. Speculation swirled around the once celebrated athlete and, in 2007, she came clean, admitting to using the designer steroid â€œthe clearâ€ prior to the 2000 Olympics. She plead guilty to lying to federal investigators and was later sentenced to six months in prison, two years of probation and community service. Jones returned all five of the medals she won. Since serving time, the track retiree has bounced back, becoming a member of the WNBAâ€™s Tulsa Shock in 2010, writing her newly released book, On the Right Track and being featured in ESPNâ€™s 30 for 30 series. Catch Jones at this year's Women of Power Summit.