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Australian track star Sally Pearson has been nominated for a prestigious Laureus World Sport Award following her emotional gold medal win at the World Championships last year.
The momentum from Rio 2016 rolled straight on into 2017 with a number of Summer Olympians continuing to impress on the world stage. While in cooler climates, our Winter Olympic hopefuls ramped up their preparation for PyeongChang throughout the year as they secured more World Cup and World Championship medals than ever before
Sally Pearson's stellar comeback from career-threatening injuries has been recognised with a nomination for the IAAF's athlete of the year award.
Sally Pearson has paid tribute to champion Australian aerials skier Lydia Lassila for inadvertently providing her with the motivation to coach herself - a decision which led to another major hurdles title in London on the weekend
ally Pearson (Qld) is a champion once more, clocking 12.59 (w: +0.1) to win a stunning gold medal at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London (GBR).
Brooke Stratton (Vic) has delivered Australia’s best ever female result in the women’s long jump final on day eight of the 2017 IAAF World Championships, as Sally Pearson (Qld) sent a commanding message to her rivals by advancing to the 100m hurdles final as fastest.
There are plenty of logical reasons why Sally Pearson shouldn't be shouldering huge expectations at the World Athletics Championships.
Sally Pearson has made a triumphant return to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, clocking 12.48 (w: +0.2) to place a narrow second behind world record holder Kendra Harrison (USA, 12.35) at the IAAF Diamond League in London (GBR).