Result: Andrew Young, Andrew Musgrave pull out of cross-country event

Team GB pairing Andrew Young and Andrew Musgrave pull out of the men's team sprint cross-country semi-final due to medical reasons.

Great Britain pairing Andrew Young and Andrew Musgrave have been forced to pull out of the men's team sprint cross-country due to medical reasons.

Young, who has tachycardia - a condition which speeds up the rate of the heart - had to finish on the second lap of the semi-final along with teammate Musgrave.

Germany, Czech Republic, Finland and Russian Federation all secured automatic qualification for the final, with Sweden, Kazakhstan, the United States and France taking the fastest loser spots.

The final will take place later today.

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Andrew Young of Great Britain competes in Qualification of the Men's Sprint Free during day four of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on February 11, 2014
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