Marestella Torres-Sunang of the Philippines and Maria Natalia Londa of Indonesia missed out on the women's long jump final at the Rio Olympics.
The two athletes finished well outside the top 12 qualification positions as Torres-Sunang managed 28th ranking, while Londa could only manage 25th place out of the two qualification groups.
Londa managed to jump 6.29 following a poor first effort of 6.21 and Torres-Sunang couldn't build on her first jump of 6.22.
In comparison, Ivana Spanovic of Serbia and Malaika Mihambo of Germany performed brilliantly, with the Serb recording the best jump in qualifying of 6.87.
The lowest jump to make it through to the final was 6.53 made by Great Britain's Jazmin Sawyers.