Kemoy Campbell: Jamaican athlete leaves hospital two weeks after collapse

Campbell completed 10th in the 5,000m on the 2017 World Championships in London.

Jamaican athlete Kemoy Campbell has left successfully being facility more than two weeks after collapsing all over the males’s 3,000m on the Millrose Games in New York.

Ray Flynn, his agent, informed BBC Sport a process to implant an inside defibrillator (ICD) had long gone “successfully”.

Campbell, 28, became once acting as a chase-setter when he collapsed and fell correct past the 1,000m designate on 9 February.

He got treatment on the facet of the video display earlier than being utilized of the stadium on a stretcher.

Campbell became once launched from successfully being facility on Tuesday.

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