Amos accused of breaking rules

On the wrong side? Amos (right) pictured with Amantle Montsho and Diphetogo Selolwane PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
On the wrong side? Amos (right) pictured with Amantle Montsho and Diphetogo Selolwane PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Botswana could face the wrath of World Athletics following the sighting of suspended athlete Nijel Amos in a group photograph during the launch of the Orapa Marathon earlier this week.

Amos was photographed alongside Onkabetse Nkobolo, Diphetogo Selolwane, and Amantle Montsho. An unnamed source has raised concerns regarding Amos's association with the sport throughout his suspension, as per World Athletics regulations.

Initially handed a four-year suspension by World Athletics, Amos saw this period reduced to three years after admitting his culpability. The source stressed the Botswana Athletics Association's (BAA) responsibility to ensure strict adherence to the ban's stipulations.

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