COLORADO SPRINGS - Former world indoor and outdoor triple jump champion Walter Davis was issued a one-year ban Monday by an arbitrator for repeatedly failing to file his location with anti-doping officials. The ban announced by the US Anti-Doping Association (USADA) began last Wednesday and saw him disqualified from all results since last July 1. An independent US arbitrator found that Davis , 34, failed to properly file his whereabouts information for USADA’s random testing pool three times between July of 2012 and July of last year, which under IAAF and WADA rules constitutes a violation of protocol punishable by a suspension. Davis won the 2005 world outdoor and 2006 indoor triple jump crowns. He was a world indoor runner-up in 2003 and third at the 2007 world outdoor meet.–AFP