London 2012 - Tamgho pulls out of London Olympics

French triple jumper Teddy Tamgho has pulled out of the London Olympics with a foot injury.

Reuters

"End of the season for me," Tamgho, the 2010 world indoor champion, said on his Facebook page.

In June 2010, Tamgho set the third longest triple jump with a leap of 17.98 metres.

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