Kim Collins races amid anger over brother’s death



GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Kim Collins put aside anger over his brother’s death to finish second in the 60 meters at the International Match indoor meet on Saturday.

The former 100-meter world champion from St. Kitts and Nevis was 0.07 seconds behind Dwain Chambers in the Scottish city of Glasgow.

Collins’ brother, Winston C. Brown, was shot dead by police in St. Kitts after attacking an officer during a domestic dispute on Tuesday.

Collins says he wants the officers “brought to justice,” adding: “It was clearly excessive force, it should never have happened.”