Tokyo Olympics | Gurpreet Singh pulls out of 50km race walk event due to cramps
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India’s Gurpreet Singh dropped out of the men’s 50km race walk event after competing for around 35km as he was cramping due to the gruelling heat and humidity.

At halfway point of 25km, Gurpreet was in the 49th position with the time of 2:01:54. Meanwhile, Dawid Tomala of Poland took control of the race walk at the 30km mark, and never relinquished it. In fact, he extended his lead to over three minutes at one point, though he did look in incredible discomfort as he crossed the finish line.

Tokyo Olympics | Gurpreet Singh pulls out of 50km race walk event due to cramps

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Gurpreet Singh fails to finish in 50km race walk, pulls out after 35km due to cramps

Tokyo Olympics: India’s Gurpreet Singh drops out of men’s 50 km race walk due to cramps

Gurpreet Singh cramps under gruelling Tokyo heat, fails to finish 50km race walking final

Tokyo Olympics: Race walker Gurpreet Singh fails to finish 50km walk due to cramps

India at Tokyo Olympics: Gurpreet Singh drops out of men’s 50km race walk due to cramps

Tokyo Olympics: Gurpreet Singh Drops Out Of Men’s 50km Racewalking Finals Due To Cramps

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