Olympic pole vault penis claim denied by Japan athlete
He described the Japanese tycoon Hiroki Ogita cellar perplexing to him after reports that his penis was prevented progress in the Olympic Games in Rio went viral.
A video of the athlete wore casual
with what seemed to some like his penis under his shorts
and quickly spread on the Internet.
He had his leg already in contact with the tape,
but his arm to finish work.
“I did not expect the foreign media to take me down like this,”
tweeted athlete aged 28 years.
“It’s one thing if it is true, but I must say I am very disappointed that she wanted to go very far to make something of a mockery of a lot to me.”
He said a pole vaulting expert told that he believed he was the unfortunate case of the camera angle.
“It was already too much pressure on the bar may be” said David Yu pole vaulting coach in Singapore.
“It was not necessary to the bar to flush out. I think it was just crumpling of fabric that has occurred in the wrong position.”
Mr. Ogita did clear the bar on his second attempt, but could just as the height of 5.45m on his final move, commissioned his previous error. It ended too far to the stadium to progress through the qualifying stage.
But his audience gathered around him on the Internet, and told him not to worry and assured him that the coverage were not all hostile.