Andy Pozzi is pictured above winning his semi final of the men's 110 metres hurdles at
the 2016 European Championships in Amsterdam in a personal best time of 13.31 seconds.
He was the 4th fastest qualifier. The three athletes faster than him won the medals in the final.
He did not contest the final. DNS it says on the official result.
European Championships 2016 qualifying times
Dimitri Bascou France 13.20 Q, SB
Wilhem Belocian France 13.28 Q, =PB
Balazs Baji Hungary 13.29 Q, =NR
Andy Pozzi Great Britain 13.31 Q, =PB
Three weeks later in the Anniversary Games (Diamond League) held at London's Olympic Stadium
he won his semi final with a new personal best time: 13.19 seconds. 2016 European champion Dimitri Bascou (13.28s)
was second fastest. But Andy again failed to contest the final.
In a career blighted by injury he was, in 2012, the fastest ever European 19-year-old over 110m hurdles.
In 2012 injury once more forced him out of the London Olympic Games, after being selected.
Watch this space. In 2017 he won the European Indoor Championships 60m hurdles.