50 years later, sprinter Matthews welcomed back to Olympics


              FILE - United States' Vince Matthews, right, raises his arms as he wins the final of the Olympic Games 400-meter dash, edging out teammate Wayne Collett, center. Julius Sang, left, of Kenya, finished third on Sept 7, 1972 in Munich. The International Olympic Committee says it will allow American gold-medal sprinter Matthews back at the games more than 50 years after banning him for his low-key racial injustice protest at the Munich Olympics. (AP Photo, File)
            
              FILE - U.S. runners Wayne Collett (978) and Vince Matthews stand at ease on the top level of the victory stand Sept. 7, 1972, at Olympic Stadium in Munich. The International Olympic Committee banned the two from further competition although Matthews said later that no disrespect was intended. The IOC says it will allow American gold-medal sprinter Matthews back at the games more than 50 years after banning him for his low-key racial injustice protest at the Munich Olympics. (AP Photo, File)
50 years later, sprinter Matthews welcomed back to Olympics