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Justin Gatlin ended a 100m race limping and holding his left forearm just 3 weeks prior to the scheduled defence of his world title in Doha.
The 37-year-old American left the track encouraged by a fellow athlete after finishing fourth 10.29 minutes from the Croatian capital Zagreb.
Compatriot Michael Rodgers won the race in the IAAF World Challenge meeting in a wind-assisted 10.04.
Gatlin (9.87) has the fourth fastest time in the world this season.
Fellow American Christian Coleman was quickest in 2019 with 9.81 seconds and is free to run at Doha after possible charges for lost three drugs tests were dropped.
Coleman was next at the 2017 World Championships supporting Gatlin, the 2004 Olympic 100m winner who served a ban between 2010 and 2006.
In Croatia, Gatlin – who is hoping to compete in Tokyo the next year in his fourth Olympics – winced in pain in about the 80m mark.
Lady Erika Rosenbaum describes her experience
It throws to space and cross country running or sprints and has one of the broadest ranges of choice in sport, from leaps.
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