Two Indian athletes kicked out of CWG over needle find

  • Two Indian athletes kicked out of CWG over needle find

Two Indian athletes kicked out of CWG over needle find

Reports in the Cameroonian media on Tuesday said five athletes were missing, but recent reports indicated that three more have gone missing.

Ulunma Nwanaga, a gold medallist at the 2015 All Africa Games, who is representing Nigeria at the ongoing Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, on Thursday, said that she tried her best in her event.

Team Nigeria has dismissed as baseless and disrespectful allegations that Australia's Border Police have chose to mount a close watch on its athletes at the ongoing Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast.

Following the addition of the three more medals, Team Nigeria now has four gold, five silver and two bronze medals.

A Queensland Police spokesman told news.com.au that authorities are not on the lookout for the athletes because "they haven't committed any offence" and the athletes still hold a valid visa.

"As National's new spokesperson for Sport and Recreation, it is great to support our athletes as they compete on the world stage and also to learn from other countries about policies that may be beneficial to New Zealand athletes".

British Cycling performance director Stephen Park said: "She's trying to be as upbeat as she possibly can... she's been out on a training ride this morning and we're now all behind her efforts for the road race".

The Cameroonians failing to appear in their events saddened Commonwealth Games Federation chief David Grevemberg. They're still within their visas.

In January, Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton warned athletes who were planning to attend the games they needed to follow the country's laws.

After the 2000 Sydney Olympics, more than 100 athletes overstayed, while during the London 2012 Olympics, seven athletes left the village. She was also a talented athlete and starred for Chichester Runners.

The athletes' visas expire on May 15, a month after the Games concludes, and cases of disappearances have already hit the headlines.

"However, Commonwealth Games visitors who do not meet their visa requirements can expect to have their visas cancelled".