Due to visa issues, Floyd Mayweather Junior’s trip to U.K dropped.
U.K fans who were amped up for meeting the five-division world champion Floyd Mayweather Junior in his planned speaking whereabouts this week will be disenchanted, Jeff Powell of The Mail has stated, due to unstipulated complications in visa, the plan has dropped out.
Fans, who had separated with to the extent that £200 to meet and welcome the undefeated great, were to have met Floyd in Bolton (Amir Khan’s main residence), Leeds, London and various different areas all through the U.K. Be that as it may it’s been accounted for that Mayweather’s endeavored flight to London has been met with the visa issues.
Floyd mayweather uk plan shelved
Mayweather is yet to comment on the circumstances that kept him from entering the U.K, until now, Floyd has a jail sentence to his name and perhaps this is the reason he was shorn of entrance. In the event that this is the situation, and if the boycott is a lasting one, any trusts Khan has of confronting Mayweather in his nation of origin might be rejected.
Former heavyweight king Mike Tyson was also denied entry into the country recently, which is to be noted.
Scotland looking for a fourth director of athletics coaching in five years when Stephen Maguire moves on later this year. Maguire has been recruited by British Athletics to the post of head of power – sprints, sprint hurdles and relays.
British Athletics performance director Neil Black described Maguire’s work in Scotland as outstanding. Of course it is important to both British Athletics and scottishathletics that Stephen continues to focus on the Scottish team through to the Commonwealth Games.
We before now work closely with Stephen in his current role and that will continue over the coming months so that we are in really good shape when he joins us. We have worked with our colleagues at scottishathletics to make sure that Stephen is available to support his substitute and carry on the programmed that is having such exceptional success for Scottish athletics.
The coach expansion projects have not only been focused on athletes who will fight in Glasgow – rather they have been for and on club coaches at all levels – and seeking to inspire and assist coaches working with athletes across the trail. Now concepts which Stephen has brought to Scotland can be brought to bear at UK level.