“I was lying there completely disorientated, lightly inhaling, I squirmed a little, tubes were coming out of all different places. I couldn’t move a finger, feeling nauseous and weak, my head was in agonising pain, as if about to explode. I still can’t begin to describe the pain I was in.’’
A touch of hamstring soreness kept Sally Pearson out of a second flat sprint clash with Melissa Breen, but nothing was going to stop the Olympic champion putting down a marker in her flagship hurdles event at the Perth Track Classic on Saturday.
A runner from Down Under on Friday became the first collegiate runner to break one of track and field’s magical barriers at the Devaney Center.
Rising middle distance star Zoe Buckman isn't one to set any limits on what she can achieve in the coming years.
Five years ago Amy Pejkovic was nearly on top of the world when she won a silver medal in the high jump at the World Youth Championships.