Quote Of The Day
“I think that not being afraid to lose is a good way to think because I am certainly not, and I have lost a fair share of races in my career, especially when I should be beating people, but at the same time for me, I know how to run myself into shape, and even though having so many injuries is devastating and immensely tough … you have to take that time to grieve. You cry, you are upset, you are angry, but that time passes and you get through it, and you either come out excited and wanting to get back into it or you don’t, and I knew that deep down, if I could get back mentally and physically, I knew that I could be the best in the world again; I knew I could be, that’s what kept me going and that’s what dragged me to the World Championships.”
– Sally Pearson talking about how she went from a broken wrist in 2015 and barely racing in 2016 to World and Diamond League 100H champion in 2017.
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