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Defending world champion Bryan Clay withdraws from decathlon after injuring quadriceps muscle September 2nd, 2007

OSAKA, Japan — Bryan Clay applied ice to his injured quadriceps muscle, got a quick massage and even turned to acupuncture.
Nothing helped ease the pain. So the reigning decathlon champion withdrew from the competition at the world track and field championships. He tweaked his right leg while competing in the high jump, the fourth of five events Friday evening.

“It was just too painful,” said Clay, who had 3,558 points. “It was going so well, too.” Click here. to continue reading







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One Response to “Defending world champion Bryan Clay withdraws from decathlon after injuring quadriceps muscle”

Jason Samuelian | September 5th, 2007 at 4:29 am

Really sorry to hear about the injury! We are really rooting for you buddy, all the way from Lesotho. Hope that you heal well. The kid is getting so big. Take care and get some rest.
Jason Samuelian

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