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Watch: 'Costly mistakes' end Downie medal hopes

BBC News Saturday, 23 March 2019 ()
Watch: 'Costly mistakes' end Downie medal hopesGreat Britain's Ellie Downie slips and falls during her uneven bars routine at the All-Around Gymnastics World Cup, ending her hopes of a medal in Birmingham.
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