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Michelle Jenneke shows up to ‘unfair’ shoe controversy

Michelle Jenneke shows up to ‘unfair’ shoe controversy

Michelle Jenneke shows up to ‘unfair’ shoe controversy

Michelle Jenneke shows up to ‘unfair’ shoe controversy

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  • Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke has equipped.
  • 100m obstacles last in a record breaking heat in Birmingham.

Michelle Jenneke ran an individual best season of 12.63, three-hundredths of a second quicker than she ran in the elimination rounds.

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At the World Championships.

Yet, it was adequately not to complete first with new world record holder and best on the planet Tobi Amusan ruling the intensity to dominate in Matches record 12.40.

It was a casual looking Jenneke who played out a restrained rendition of her mark “shake’ in front of the race.

Individual Aussie Celeste Mucci likewise qualified for Sunday’s conclusive, scratching in with the eighth quickest season of 12.96 seconds.

“I actually feel like I have somewhat more in the tank, so we’ll find out how we turn out two or three days,” Jenneke said a short time later.

Amusan of Nigeria broke the ladies’ reality record in the 100m obstacles in Oregon and a discussion emitted around the shoe she wore.

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While not wearing the questionable shoe herself, Jenneke offered her viewpoint in front of her opposition in Birmingham.

“I ran truly a PB in that race and ran in the very shoes that I have been running in throughout the previous five years,” Jenneke said.

“I realize I can’t ascribe my PB to the shoes since it’s a similar shoe, a similar model of shoe.

“I have attempted a portion of the fresher spikes that they have emerging, the innovation is astonishing, and I’m certain individuals are quicker and yet in the event that you return 10, 20 years, take a gander at the shoes individuals were wearing, they were completely unique to what we were wearing quite a while back. The innovation is always developing.

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