Sally Pearson won the gold medal in London Olympics. It was an obvious highlight of the fine Australian athlete’s career. Over the past four years, Sally has dealt with injuries and the frustrations of getting back to her London level racing fitness.
Well, Sally Pearson has had some good races this year, but at the Muller Anniversary Games, Sally had her best race and finest time in five years. Not since the London Olympics has Sally Pearson hurdled so well, finishing second to WR holder Keni Harrison, 12.39 to 12.48.
We wish Sally Pearson the very best of luck in 2017. The women’s 100m hurdles is one of the toughest event in all of the sport, with fine athletes from all over the world.