- Published: Wednesday, 27 March 2019 08:54
- Written by Helen Solmes
Imagine being bestowed the honour of running with the Pan American Games torch 800 kilometres and, while family and friends await your entrance into the stadium, you find yourself barred from entering. You are sent to a diner across the street, where you watch the opening ceremonies on TV. You watch as a non-Indigenous runner carries the torch the final few steps.