Williams-Mills: If I gave up 4 years ago I wouldn't be here

While still recovering from her latest heat, Novlene Williams-Mills attempts to describe the "indescribable" feeling of knowing four years ago she was running in London and battling cancer, only to make it back to the Olympics in 2016. "If I gave up four years ago I wouldn't be here."
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
August 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Shocking video shows Olympic Village construction still isn't done

Athletes and reporters gathering in Rio de Janiero for the 2016 Olympics have been giving mixed reports about their lodging in the Olympic Village thus far, but on the eve of the Opening Ceremony, construction work in some rooms still isn't complete. Jamaican news site The Gleaner shared a tour of the block of rooms meant for runners Novlene Williams Mills and Aisha Praught, and...
Via FOX Sports
August 04, 2016

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