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Transcript of Sally Pearson
Gold 2012 London 100 m hurdles
Silver 2008 Beijing 100 m hurdles
Gold 2011 Daegu 100 m hurdles
World Indoor Athletics Championships
Gold 2012 Istanbul 60 m hurdles
Gold 2010 Delhi 100 m hurdles
Bronze 2006 Melbourne 4×100 m relay
Gold 2010 Split 100 m hurdles
World Junior Championships
Bronze 2004 Grosseto 100 m
World Youth Championships
Gold 2003 Sherbrooke 100 m hurdles What environment does she train in? How their training effects their preparation for national and international events Sally Pearson's training effects her very deeply. She trains very hard and frequently. She trains for not just hurdles but also 100m sprints for 2 hours straight. She trains with 2 coaches but her main coach is Sharron Hannan. Training is the most important part in being a professional athlete. Training improves your skills and stamina for the near distant future. Sally's training has defiantly improved her. She is getting Personal Best's every year. Other Basic Information about Sally Weight: 60kg
Height: 167 cm (1.67 m )
Age at 2012 Olympic Games: 25
Maiden Name: McLellan IMAGES OF SALLY PEARSON Bibliography
http://aww.ninemsn.com.au/news/newsstories/8294515/five-things-you-didnt-know-about-sally-pearson Sally trains in the Gold Coast. The Academy that she is a member of is the Queensland Academy of Sport in Brisbane. The Club that she trains with is Gold Coast Athletics Center. Sally has to prepare for any kind of weather in competition so she trains in the very hot weather and the very cool and well as the raining weather. She doesn't train in thunder or lightning.