"That's a bit hypocritical because what they are judging that from is the Olympic trials where I actually had a viral infection diagnosed by the UK Athletics doctors and I was advised not to run by them."
The Middlesbrough-born sprinter ran 20.50 seconds in April in Arizona - his personal best over 200m - but it was not deemed good enough to merit a third spot on the 200m team.
Kilty said: "I feel I am capable of running very fast now - the only reason I didn't at the trials was because of the virus.
"There are three spots available for the Olympic 200m. Two of them are already taken, and the only man eligible for the third spot was me.
"I had two 'A' standards - one from last year and one from this year."
Kilty is an unfunded athlete and believes this could be a reason for his omission, although
high jumper Robbie Grabarz,
also an unfunded athlete, made the Olympic squad.
"An unfunded athlete breaking into the Great Britain team shows their system is not working," said Kilty.
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"I'm completely gobsmacked. I understand Lynsey Sharp is an emerging, up and coming athlete - she won the trials and is European silver medallist now so she has shown the selectors she is in form and can rise to the occasion - but how can you leave behind two athletes who are on the A standard? Marilyn Okoro is the fastest girl over the 800m for Great Britain and Emma Jackson I know was carrying an injury to her ribs at the trials, which prevented her performing to her best but still has the A standard. I'm not sure what the selectors were thinking. I'm really disappointed because two athletes who have run fast enough to not be in that Olympic stadium won't be there and that doesn't seem fair to me."
"I've struggled this year. For the last 10 weeks, I've actually been living on a bedroom floor in north London.
"I am unfunded, I have no sponsorship and have been training with Linford Christie in London. I've had to sleep on a bedroom floor, getting by on pennies to try to achieve my dream."
But while Kilty is determined to appeal, Meadows has passed up the opportunity to do so.
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