Sunday, April 2, 2017

Forces: Good Return For Sally Pearson, A Local Title Of The Eighth Culminating


Australian sprinter Sally Pearson has made a successful return from injury Sunday culminated in a local eighth title in the 100-meter hurdles, and secured a place in the world athletics championships in London next summer.


And achieved Pearson (30 years), the world champion 2011 South Daegu Korean champion 2012 Olympics in London, the fastest time in four years after he clocked a time of 12.53 seconds, which is the minimum required by the International Federation to qualify for the World Championship.

And expanded local Pearson win the dominance of the race for the second year in ten Tuwalia, although she suffered broken her wrist in 2105 and Achilles tendon injuries and hamstrings have prevented the defending Olympic title in Rio 2016.

She told reporters in Sydney, "the greatest thing for me is that I can Anavs now. I can Mnaazelthn (...) This is the exciting thing for me."

The Pearson made Sunday the best time since it won the Silver World Championships in Moscow in 2013. She added: "I'm confident now of physical strength. Today I can Anavs again, and I can do the work that I want."

She continued, "I were not such a trust before, and I was thinking that fitness Stkhounna. I think I skipped that day."

The World Championship held in London from 4 August / August 2017 until 13 of it.

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