Greene Pulls Out of British GP
Jul. 28, 2000
LONDON (AP) _ Maurice Greene, the world 100 champion, was forced to pull out of next week's British Grand Prix because of an injury.
Greene, who strained his left hamstring during last week's much hyped 200 showdown with Michael Johnson at the U.S. Olympic trials, will likely be out of action for at least two weeks, Greene's manager Emmanuel Hudson said Friday.
``Maurice was suffering from a cramp. He had a couple of days rest now and he's back in training,'' Hudson said. ``But he won't be ready in time for London.''