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An awkward landing for Germany's Stephan Feck meant an embarrassing exit from the Olympics yesterday.

Feck mistimed his dive following a slip from the diving board and landed clumsily - and probably painfully - on his back.
The crowds gasped as they feared injury, but fortunately Feck was unhurt.

"For me it was a big shock, I felt for him, he is a good friend. In his first Olympics it is something he won't want to remember." said fellow German diver Patrick Hausding.

Feck begins his mistimed slip-up (Getty images)

Yesterday there were a series of calamities for Olympic divers as Team GB's Jack Laugher, the youngest diving competitor, got zero marks following a what was reported as a 'knee buckle'.

Watch the dramatic zero-scoring flop below...


London 2012: German diver Stephen Feck fecks up his dive during 3m springboard competition
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