Montgomery withdraws from Eugene track meet with injury

EUGENE, Oregon, May 22 (AFP) - American TimMontgomery, the world record holder in the 100 metres(9.78 seconds), withdrew from Saturday’s StevePrefontaine Classic because of a sore Achilles tendon.
Tim is not running,'' said Montgomery's agentCharles Wells. He has a foot problem. I believe theleft foot. It’s more of a precautionary decision.’’
Montgomery’s next 100m race is scheduled to be inMilan on June 3.
He started the year by winning a 4x100m relay face inPennsylvania on April 26.
He finished second in his first 100 of the year inMexico City, before sprinting to first place on May 10in Osaka, Japan.
In Eugene, he was expected to run against Europeanchampion Dwain Chambers of Great Britain.
Montgomery left Eugene to return to his home inRaleigh, North Carolina to be with his wife, MarionJones, who is seven months pregnant.
She's feeling great,'' said Wells. She’s inexcellent shape. She can’t travel no more. But Iwouldn’t be surprised if she came to the Worlds.’’

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