Riddick and Montgomery were both part of the cheque-cashing scam which resulted in a five-year prison sentence for Riddick, and Montgomery is to be sentenced in March.It was as a result of lying to the Grand Jury in that investigation that led to Marion getting into trouble with the federal authorities.
Track and field's governing body also told her to return her estimated $700,000 in prize money from that period.
The International Association of Athletics Federation recommended that Jones' relay teammates be disqualified and lose their medals from the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She retired last month after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators in 2003.
The IAAF said Jones was disqualified from all competitions since Sept. That includes all relays, not just individual events.
The IAAF added Jones must return all awards, medals and money from that period.
After conducting his two-part interview with Oprah at the Four Seasons Hotel in the Texan state capital, the fastest cheat on two wheels might have stopped off at the home of the one-time fastest woman in the world to ask how she fared when it came to hanging on to what she'd got in an athletics career boosted by steroid assistance.
The answer would have been as brief as a Marion Jones race once was.
Scherr and USOC chairman Peter Ueberroth both said they would support the IOC nullifying the relay results, and encouraged the other Americans to give back their medals.
Jearl Miles-Clark, Monique Hennagan, Tasha Colander-Richardson and Andrea Anderson all won golds as part of the 1,600-meter relay.
Chryste Gaines, Torri Edwards, Nanceen Perry and Passion Richardson were on the 400-meter relay team.