Tired from a long flight and frustrated over a bus ride taking forever, Kerron Clement let his feelings be known on social media.
Little did the U.S. hurdler realize his simple tweet would create such an international fuss.
''Didn't think it would get mass headlines,'' Clement said. ''It was an innocent tweet.''
Not so much to a country gearing...
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July 22, 2012
The head of the London Olympics says, apart from a wrong turn, the final buildup for the London Olympics is going fine.
With 10 days to go until the opening ceremony on July 27, that's the verdict from Sebastian Coe.
The arrival of athletes got off to a bumpy start Monday, with American hurdler Kerron Clement tweeting that the bus taking him from Heathrow Airport to the athletes...
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July 17, 2012
Some Olympic athletes, including some from Team USA, didn’t have that great of a start to London on Monday – one of the bus drivers taking them to Olympic Village got lost. Kerron Clement, a US 400m hurdler, posted these two messages on his Twitter: “Um, so we’ve been lost on the road for 4hrs. Not a good first impression London.” and “Athletes...
It’s safe to assume that all of the 2012 Olympic athletes have been anxious to arrive at the Olympic Village and officially get their experience underway, but some of them had to wait a bit longer than others on Monday. As US 400-meter hurdler Karron Clement outlined on his Twitter page, one of the bus drivers that was taking athletes to the Olympic Village on Monday got lost...