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Sprinter Yoshihide Kiryu fell short in his bid for a sub-10 second mark and also settled for second in the men’s 100 meters at the Oda Memorial International on Sunday.

The 19-year-old Kiryu clocked 10.40 with a wind assistance of 0.2 meters per second and played second fiddle to Aska Cambridge, who won the race at Edion Stadium in 10.37. Naoki Tsukahara made a photo finish with Kiryu in second.

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