BRIGITTE Foster-Hylton may have been feeling a bit down after a disappointing slip at the Adidas Grand Prix last Saturday.
But while the race at the Samsung Diamond League event would have provided a useful gauge, the Jamaican is focusing on defending her 100 metres hurdles title at the World Championships.
“My national championships is not so much on my agenda, considering that I have an automatic spot into the World Championships, it’s about getting ready for August now, so my training is not geared to be sharp now. I’m going to be sharp later on in the season,” Foster-Hylton said of the upcoming senior nationals, in an interview that followed an unplaced effort at the Icahn Stadium in New York. Read more>>
Source: Jamaica Observer