The career of long- and middle-distance runner Zane Robertson has reached the finish line. After culminating in competing twice at the Olympic Games, in Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020, it looks like he's gone off track and possibly off the rails.
Robertson, who was suspended from action for eight years in March after obstructing a drug test, was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault while in Kenya's capital, Nairobi.
His detention was supposed to last five days to allow the investigators of the complaint against him to do their jobs, but while they were searching his home, a Kalashnikov rifle with no fewer than 23 magazines was discovered at the scene – so Hertz's troubles only grew.
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Robertson, 33, moved to Kenya to train in long-distance running, winning the bronze medal at the 2014 Goodwill Games in the 5,000m. But now, it looks like he's crossed the line and will compete within the prison walls.
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