Sally Pearson finished third for her third consecutive indoor meet, running 7.92 seconds. She’s set to have one more indoor race, before running the Queensland Championships, where she is entered in the 100m and the 100m hurdles.

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Pearson third in Berlin

Sunday 12 February 2017

Sally Pearson finished third over 60m hurdles in Berlin, running 7.91 – the same time as she recorded last week. She’s set to next race indoors in Dublin and Birmingham.

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Pearson third in Germany

Sunday 5 February 2017

Sally Pearson has finished third in the 60m hurdles in Karlsruhe, Germany in 7.91, behind Kendra Harrison’s 7.76.

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The 2012 Olympic gold medallist was ready to walk away from the sport, before being inspired by Lydia Lassila’s documentary.

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An Australian squad of 42 – to be whittled down to 24 – has been picked for Nitro Athletics. Mel Breen joins Sally Pearson in snubbing the series, while Australia’s top four performers in Rio also won’t be part of the new entertainment product.

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Sally Pearson returns to competition

Sunday 13 November 2016

The 2012 Olympic 100m hurdles champion ran 7.43 (+0.0) over 60m and was second behind 16-year-old Riley Day over 150m,  17.95 to 17.60 (+0.0).

 

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