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Tokyo Olympics | Gurpreet Singh pulls out of 50km race stroll tournament thanks to cramps


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SAPPORO (JAPAN), AUGUST 06, 2021 08:42 IST

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UPDATED: AUGUST 06, 2021 08:42 IST

The 37-year-old Indian  one among rock bottom ranked athletes within the event, was once 51st at the 35km mark with a time of two hr fifty five minutes and 19 seconds however dropped out simply then .

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India's Gurpreet Singh did not end the men's 50km race stroll tournament of the Olympics, coitus interruptus after the 35km mark thanks to cramps beneath hot and humid prerequisites right here on Friday.


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The 37-year-old Gurpreet, one among rock bottom ranked athletes within the event, wont to be 51st at the 35km mark with a time of two hr fifty five minutes and 19 seconds however dropped out simply then .

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Olympics He had bogged down significantly and wont to be considered sitting on the sidelines after the 35km mark, being helped through the clinical group of the race however did not appear to be in an awful lot trouble.

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Olympics Live Update on NewsFast 24/7 Gurpreet features a private excellent of 3:59:42 which he had clocked whilst triumphing gold at some stage within the National Open Race Walk Championships in February.

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The temperature at the Sapporo Odori Park wont to be round 25 diploma celsius when the Tokyo Olympics match began at 5:30am nearby time however rose to above 30 diploma celsius when it ended after 9am nearby time.

Tokyo Olympics: Gurpreet Singh Fails to end in 50km Race Walk, Pulls Out after 35km thanks to Cramps .


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India's Gurpreet Singh pulled out after the 35km mark thanks to cramps and did not end the men's 50km race stroll event. at the Tokyo Olympics.


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Updated: August 06, 2021, 10:30 IST

Tokyo Olympics Live on NewsFast 24/7 India’s Gurpreet Singh did not end the men’s 50km race stroll tournament of the Olympics, coitus interruptus after the 35km mark thanks to cramps below warm and  Live Report Tokyo🗼, Zomato News,Google News, #NewsFast24/7😱 #BreakingNews

humid prerequisites right here on Friday. The 37-year-old Gurpreet, one among rock bottom ranked athletes within the event, was once 51st at the 35km mark with a time of two hr fifty five minutes and 19 seconds however dropped out simply then .

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Olympics He had bogged down extensively and wont to be viewed sitting on the sidelines after the 35km mark, being helped with the help of the scientific crew of the race however did not appear to be during a lot trouble. Gurpreet features a private exceptional of 3:59:42 which he had clocked while prevailing gold throughout the National Open Race Walk Championships in February.

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Olympics The temperature at the Sapporo Odori Park was once round 25 diploma celsius when the match commenced at 5:30am neighborhood time however rose to above 30 diploma celsius when it ended after 9am nearby time. The humidity wont to be at a really excessive eighty per cent .


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The humidity wont to be at a really excessive eighty per cent.

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Fifty 9 athletes began however 12 both did not end or are disqualified.

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Dawid Tomala of Poland gained the gold with a time of 3:50:08, whilst Jonathan Hilbert (3:50:44) of Germany and Evan Dunfee (3:50:59) of Canada took the silver and bronze respectively.

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