The St Kitts and Nevis Olympic Committee (SKNOC), is trying to do damage control in the face of international accusations by star athlete Kim Collins that he was dropped from the nation’s Olympic squad for visiting his wife and coach.
The 36-year-old former 100 metre world record holder took to social media on Saturday (August 4) to bitterly lambaste SKNOC officials for reportedly barring him from competing in the 100 metre finals after he left the Olympic village to spend time in his wife’s...Read Full Story
Crisis management seems to be a skill that many of our leaders lack. Many of us are good with alot of things, but lack some critically important skills.
To make a long story short - I would have let KIM COLLINS of St. Kitts - Nevis run at the 2012 Olympics in LONDON. If he was out of order, as those in charge said, the matter wasn't as big as USING DRUGS or KILLING SOMEONE, so his ACCREDITATION should have never been withdrawn.
The issue could have been dealt with at home.
If I come back...Read Full Story
LONDON (Sporting Alert) — Veteran sprinter and 2003 world 100m champion Kim Collins says he will never represent his country, St Kitts and Nevis again, after he was kicked out of the Olympic Games.
According to the sprinter, he left the athletes’ village to meet with his wife and coach in a hotel prior to running the heat of the men’s 100m, and was punished for breaking the team disciplinary rules.
A disappointed Collins, who has served his country well over the years, used his...Read Full Story
Former world 100m champion Kim Collins says the 100m final at London 2012 could see every athlete dip under ten seconds. No escaping Bolt: Kim Collins will take on the world's fastest man in Rome on Thursday night (Picture: EPA) The 36-year-old, who won gold at the 2003 world championships and bronze last year, will take on Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Christophe Lemaitre at tonight’s Diamond League meeting in Rome. ‘This year [the Olympics] will be special, possibly the first year we will...Read Full Story
Basseterre (St.Kitts), Feb 12 (IANS/CMC) Iconic sprinter Kim Collins says he does not owe any money in child support following his arrest for allegedly not making adequate arrangement to support his children while he goes overseas. - Indiatalkies.comRead Full Story
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