Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images
Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images

National security law: three-time Olympian Tyrone Smith calls on World Athletics to axe Diamond League meet in China

  • Bermuda star calls on world governing body to ‘use its influence and help end human rights violations in Hong Kong’
  • World Athletics responds saying it can’t let political situations dictate where it hosts events

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images
Tyrone Smith of Bermuda has called China’s national security law in Hong Kong a “human rights violation” which prompted a response from World Athletics. Photo: Getty Images
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