Sandi Morris, gold medalist, pole vault, Birmingham World Indoors, interviewed by RunBlogRun

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Sandy Morris is now a global champion. Finally, after two years of those pesky silver medals, Sandy Morris delivered the goods, in a season where she was dealing with some back issues (which she told us, she and her coach may have figured out, and should be able to change some things in her practice schedule to alleviate the issues).

Morris_Sandi-Worlds18.jpgSandi Morris, photo by PhotoRun.net

For two years, Sandi battled Ekaterina Stefanidi, the Greek vaulter who has won NCAA, World outdoor, European Indoor and Outdoor, Olympic titles, with Sandi Morris second to Stefanidi at Rio, London.

Sandi Morris battled Siderov and Stefanidi up until the big heights, when Morris cleared 4.90 meters on the second height, and then, 4.95 meters on his first height.

Sandi Morris told provided this interview in the FB Live interview post event. Thanks Sandi Morris. Watch for our HD version from the Shoe Addicts later this week.

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