Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya grabbed the world's attention over the weekend when she sought asylum from multiple countries. She sought help amid fear she could face retaliation in her home country for criticizing how Belarusian officials were managing the Olympic track team. She's since been the subject of criticism from state-run media, and has been granted a humanitarian visa by Poland, and offered asylum in several other countries. Ryan Heath, Senior Editor and author of the Global Translations newsletter at POLITICO, joins Cheddar's News Wrap to discuss.