Dina Asher-Smith on the Olympic postponement...

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_D9I5108_2019092962202189_20190930121055.JPGDina Asher-Smith, photo by Getty Images / British Athletics

BL_23475_2019082451743057_20190824093541.JPGDina Asher-Smith, photo by Getty Images / British Athletics

Dina Asher-Smith speaks on the Olympic postponement....

LONDON (GBR): World 200m champion Dina Asher-Smith says she was relieved when this year's Olympics were postponed until 2021. She told BBC: "When it was postponed I remember weirdly feeling personally relieved. That sounds strange for an athlete to say but I remember that day it was postponed, all gyms were shut, tracks were shut, I had no access to physios, no access for biomechanics and I had no idea of how I would train to an Olympic standard from inside my flat. In the weirdest sense I was relieved."

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