Athletics Britain’s athletics captain Dai Greene has withdrawn from European Championships written by BBC Sport August 6, 2018 Britain’s athletics captain Dai Greene has withdrawn from the ongoing European Championships because of a hamstring injury. Greene, 32, was due to compete in the men’s 400m hurdles but did not take part in the heats on Monday. The Welshman won the European title in 2010 and world gold in 2011 but only raced 11 times between 2014 and 2017. British Athletics tweeted: “He’s been an amazing captain and will continue to inspire his team-mates from trackside.” After finishing outside the medals at London 2012, Greene failed to make the final at the 2013 World Championships and was unable to compete at the Rio Olympics in 2016. He lost National Lottery funding in November that year, before withdrawing from this year’s Commonwealth Games with a hamstring injury. Britain’s athletics captain Dai Greene has withdrawn from European Championships was last modified: August 6th, 2018 by BBC SportFacebook Comments 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest BBC Sport previous post Chemutai returns from hamstring injury next post Asaba 2018 Report: Great spectatorship, poor mismanaged event and facilities You may also like Abraham Kiptum wins the Safaricom Iten 10km August 25, 2018 Nike Advert Addresses Semenya’s Discrimination September 13, 2018 Purity Chepkirui runs away with gold in 1500m race August 22, 2021 Africa Record Holder Wanjiru Walks to Victory in Masters Championships July 1, 2018 ASABA 2018: Kenya’s Chebet Bags First Career Gold August 3, 2018 David Wamira and Simon Menza bow out of 200m race at World Deaf Championships August 26, 2021 Defending Champ Tuliamuk Headlines USATF 10 km Championships July 4, 2018 Kipsang to face a stronger challenge in Bangor 10k September 28, 2018 MEN’S 3000M – IAAF CONTINENTAL CUP OSTRAVA 2018 September 6, 2018 Adriana Vilagos smashes World U18 javelin record August 17, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.