Tokyo 2020: Dina Asher-Smith pulls out of 200-metres over hamstring injury

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Team GB sprinter Dina Asher-Smith has said she is pulling out of the 200-metres due to a hamstring injury.

The 25-year-old, the fastest British woman in history, had eased through qualifying on Friday but came up short in today’s semi-final.

The sprinter picked up a hamstring injury in the run-up the Games and said after the race she “was not her normal self” as she tearfully announced she would pull out of the 200m.

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