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Series12 Mar 2021

World Athletics podcast – celebrating women in athletics

In a special episode of the World Athletics podcast, guest host Joanna Hayes is joined by fellow hurdles greats Gail Devers, Sally Pearson and Derval O'Rourke.

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Performance08 Apr 2020

Athletics@Home - Sally Pearson's home workout

The latest installment of Athletics@Home features Australian sprint hurdler Sally Pearson, the 2012 Olympic and 2017 world champion.

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News06 Aug 2019

Pearson, world champion and 2012 Olympic 100m hurdles gold medallist, retires

When Sally Pearson crossed the line to take a silver medal in the 100m hurdles at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, she let out a scream of equal parts elation and amazement. Moments later she gasped in a trackside interview: “Oh, my God! You’ve got to be kidding me, right. Is this real?”

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Report24 Aug 2017

Farah ends track career with dramatic 5000m victory in Zurich - IAAF Diamond League

Mo Farah brought his track career to an end in the most fitting fashion, producing a dramatic 5000m victory at the Weltklasse Zurich on Thursday (24), the first of two 2017 IAAF Diamond League finals.

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Feature14 Aug 2017

Pearson's golden moment all the greater after injury heartache

Five years ago Sally Pearson was on top of the world. The Australian 100m hurdler had just claimed the Olympic title in London, to add to the gold medal she won at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu the year before. She was the dominant force in sprint hurdling, and looked set to be the standard bearer for the event for many years to come.

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Series01 Jun 2017

World U18 memories – Sally Pearson 

Sally Pearson has starred as one of the world’s premier sprint hurdlers over the past decade, winning world and Olympic titles in her speciality event. Here the Australian recalls her memories of competing at the 2003 World U18 Championships in Sherbrooke – then the IAAF World Youth Championships – the competition where she first made her mark internationally as a wide-eyed 16-year-old.

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Series17 Apr 2017

My greatest challenge – Sally Pearson

As the 2011 world and 2012 Olympic champion, Sally Pearson is among the finest sprint hurdlers on the planet. But the Australian superstar’s career has not been plain sailing; here she talks about how taking on and committing to being self-coached has proven to be her greatest challenge.

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Report02 Apr 2017

Tears of joy as Pearson crowns successful comeback at Australian Championships

There have been tears aplenty for Sally Pearson over the past two years.

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News03 Jan 2017

Pearson and Kallur join Karlsruhe hurdles field

Sally Pearson of Australia and Swede Susanna Kallur of Sweden have been added to a high power women's 60m hurdles field at the Indoor Meeting Karlsruhe on 4 February, the third stop of the 2017 IAAF World Indoor Tour.

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News25 May 2016

Harrison heads 100m hurdles field in Stockholm as Kallur returns – IAAF Diamond League

Early season 100m hurdles sensation Kendra Harrison heads the field of her specialist event at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Stockholm on 16 June, organisers of the Bauhaus-Galan announced on Wednesday (25).

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News18 Jun 2015

Australia selects team for IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015

Athletics Australia selectors have declared a selection of 32 athletes bound for the IAAF World Championships, Beijing 2015 in August.

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News01 Jun 2015

World-leading jumpers Pichardo and Suhr to compete in New York – IAAF Diamond League

Cuban triple jumper Pedro Pablo Pichardo and US pole vaulter Jenn Suhr are among the latest top athletes announced to compete at the Adidas Grand Prix in New York on 13 June.

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