Olympia 2021: Canada’s Hugo Barrett criticizes jury’s decision after falling to Keirin

Olympia 2021: Canada's Hugo Barrett criticizes jury's decision after falling to Keirin

The criticism continued: “You don’t stop Kerin’s race. Hardly a race is stopped because of a fall.”

Not interested in his fall on the next lap, the Canadian complained: “You could have run over me, it wouldn’t have been a problem. I’m speechless.”

Asked about his British rival Jack Carlin, Barrett said: “He should have been disqualified but Britain can do anything.”

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In Asha’s race, the 30-year-old was only fourth. Barrett’s Olympic dream came true.

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The Canadian tried to explain his extreme dismay: “Keirin is just my discipline. I was very well prepared and waited a long time for it. I broke my back, some vertebrae, almost all the bones in my body.” broke. But most of all, it got me going. It’s really harsh.”

Carlin, who was criticized by Barrett, finished eighth in the end. The Olympic victory in Kerin went to his British teammate Jason Kenney ahead of Malaysia’s Mohamed Azizulhasni Awang. Germany’s Maximilian Levy finished sixth in the final.

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