LONDON — After overcoming two years of setbacks, Australian Sally Pearson roared back to win the women’s 100m hurdles at the IAAF World Championships on Saturday.
Sally Pearson of Australia and Susanna Kallur of Sweden will take on Cindy Roleder of Germany in women’s 60m hurdles field at the Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe.
SYDNEY – Australia’s Sally Pearson will not defend her women’s 100 metres hurdles title at the Rio Olympics later this summer, according to reports.
PARIS (Sporting Alert) — World Record holder David Rudisha predicted a fast time and that he did to win the men’s 800m at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Paris on Friday. The Kenya superstar clocked a storming meeting record and world-leading time of 1:41.54 to lowered his own world-leading mark of 1:41.74 with his […]
ISTANBUL, Turkey (Sporting Alert) — American Justin Gatlin won the men’s 60m dash at the IAAF World Indoor Championships on Saturday. Also on the day, Ashton Eaton of USA set a world record of 6645 points to win gold in the men’s Heptathlon. “It feels good. Coming into the competition, I knew I could break […]