Canada's Evan Dunfee finished 15th in the the men's 50-kilometre walk at the world championships on Sunday, behind three-time European champion Yohann Diniz of France, who at 39 became the oldest.. CBC.ca
Yohann Diniz produced an astonishing solo tour de force to become the oldest man ever to become a world athletics champion at the age of 39 as he won the 50 kilometre walk title on Sunday. SuperSport Also reported by •SBS •Reuters •DNA
Yohann Diniz of France had run into trouble during 50km walk final after suffering intestinal problems which forced him to stop quite a few times and also make him passed out once but courageous Diniz.. IndiaTimes
Violent mid-race gastrointestinal issues may have cost a French race walker Olympic gold, but they didn’t keep the heroic athlete from waddling across the finish line.
On Friday, 38-year-old world.. Huffington Post
Tough, tough day for Yohann Diniz at the 50-kilometer race walk event this morning. The French world record holder had multiple problems at the grueling event, beginning when he suffered what is being.. Perez Hilton
Yohann Diniz, the world record holder in the event, was leading the field when a camera picked up on him beginning to struggle, collapsing to the pavement (pictured) about an hour later. MailOnline India
Distance athletes deal with all sorts of problems as they put their bodies under extreme stress in the pursuit of Olympic glory and personal satisfaction. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age