Renaud Lavillenie

French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie Injured Before Tokyo Olympics 2020

France’s hope for an Olympic medal in track and field sports has become thin after Renaud Lavillenie suffered an injury.

According to the doctors, the medical examination has revealed that he had a twist in the left ankle.

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Renaud Lavillenie suffered a calf injury that ruled him out of the European indoor championships in Torun, Poland. Although his form is on fleek, such injuries before Tokyo Olympics 2020 might prove devastating.


The Athlete even tweeted about the unfortunate scenario on his social Twitter.

Clearly not the ideal scenario for my last competition before the Olympics.
Injured to the left ankle following a poor reception on the mat.
I leave the clinic with an “encouraging” verdict: no fracture, a big sprain Raising hands.
The countdown is on Fisted hand (The countdown has begun).

English Translation of Renaud Lavillenie’s Tweet. Tranlation Tool: Google Translate

The star Pole vaulter from France won the gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics. He also won the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Surely he is a big hope for France at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.


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