A three-member panel of The Athletics Congress has recommended that long jumper Larry Myricks, who was suspended for life after three positive tests for a stimulant, be reinstated in April.

The reinstatement panel of TAC's National Athletics Board of Review consisted of Curtis Stitt of Columbus, Ohio, Rose Monday of El Segundo, Calif., and John Knight of Ashland, Ore.Myricks, the 1988 Olympic bronze medalist in the long jump, tested positive for phenylpropanolomine, a stimulant, at the U.S. Indoor Championships at New York Feb. 24. Subsequently, it was announced he tested positive for the same substance at meets in Hamilton, Ontario, on Jan. 12 and at Seville, Spain, on Feb. 27.