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Australian swimmers Rob Hurley and Ryan Napoleon have fallen victims to the infamous Delhi Belly after eating a bad meal in the Games Village.


New Delhi, Oct. 5 : Australian swimmers Rob Hurley and Ryan Napoleon have fallen victims to the infamous "Delhi Belly" after eating a bad meal in the Games Village.

They were left racing each other to the toilet. Napoleon, however, recovered to almost win the 400m freestyle final the next evening, but for Hurley, already suffering a fatigue condition, the sickness was the final straw and he is due to fly home to Australia in the next few days.

Hurley and Napoleon ate in the Games village on Sunday night after Australian swimmers were told not to attend the Games opening ceremony to ensure they were at their peak for competition, which began on Monday morning.

The pair, along with a swimming coach Matt Brown, ate a meat bolognese sauce and came down with Delhi Belly, with classic symptoms of vomiting and diarrhoea.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Games organisers have ordered an inspection of all food at the village after the incident.

Commonwealth Games Federation president Mike Fennell said: "We have asked for a check on the food. All I am saying, the village food, the caterers, we have asked to inspect fully."

Delhi Games Organizing Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi said the food at the village had attracted rave reviews.

"The cuisine has been appreciated at the village, everybody has liked the cuisine," Kalmadi said.

ANI

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