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Robles aggravates his thigh injury
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A left hamstring injury continues to hobble Olympic 110-meter hurdles champion Dayron Robles.

The Cuban pulled up after the first hurdle of his 60-meter hurdles heat and jogged through the finish line in last place yesterday night at the Pas de Calais indoor meet. Robles had missed recent meets in Goteborg, Sweden, and Stuttgart, Germany, due to the hamstring strain. Robles, who holds the world record in the 110-meter hurdles, has yet to decide whether to try to compete this weekend in competitions in Duesseldorf and Karlsruhe, Germany.

(Agencies via Shanghai Daily Feburary 12, 2009)

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