Oscar Pistorius won a battle in court today, but his rep followed it up by assuring the public:
The Olympian and suspected killer will NOT be attempting to win any track and field races in the near future.
A judge eased the runner's bail restrictions this morning, giving Pistorius permission to leave the country in order to perform his sport.
The 26-year old sprinter would simply need to run those plans by officials at least a week prior to any event. However...
"Oscar does not intend to compete," his rep said in a statement. "He merely challenged the travel restrictions imposed, since he was not considered a flight risk during the bail hearing. At this point in time there are no plans for him to travel at all."
Pistorius is accused of murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by firing multiple shots through the bathroom door behind which she was hiding.
He is free awaiting trial on a premeditated murder charge.