Dafne Schippers is a Sunday just before the start of the final round of the 100 meters at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in athletics in Qatar, and signed off with an injury. Also, it is highly questionable whether the Netherlands later in the tournament, and her title to defend in the 200-meter.
Captains was walking to her injuries earlier on in the evening, in the semi-finals of the 100 metres, as they prepared for the final showdown set. They klokte in her semi-final, 11,07,, overall for the seventh time.
“After more than ten meters of felt for the President and her lies, telling her lies, telling her coach Bart Bennema, shortly after the opt-out over the years. “They could not go through between 20 and 40 meters. After about 50 meters, it seemed to have disappeared, but after the race she said, as she soon found out that it was not right.’
As Boaters continue to have on the start bar, the 200-meter and 4×100-meter relay team. They are going to do on Monday at the start of the series, and the 200-meter. In the semi-finals are on Tuesday and Wednesday for the final battle.
Dafne Schippers klokte in the semi-finals with a time of 11,09. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
‘May we take only the warm-up to a decision
Monday comes and there is only clarity or Boaters can launch in the series, and the 200-meters at 16.05 o’clock. “It may be that we will only be in the warm-up act,” said Bennema.
Boaters would not be available to the media. On Twitter, she wrote that she is “sad and disappointed” to. “Start in the final, it was a huge risk. Hopefully, I’m ready for tomorrow to start at the 200 meter, she added.
The 200 meters is the preferred distance over the years. Well, in 2015, as of 2017, she was a world champion in the double sprint distance’, and in 2016 was the olympic silver medal. At the 100 metres she won the silver (2015) and bronze (by 2017) at the world cup.
Schippers had been in the run-up to the world cup back injury
In the run-up to the world cup now Captains with a back injury, but that has nothing to do with the lieskwetsuur that she is playing tricks. ly because of her back problems are experienced Boaters have no season, they are not the top favourites for a medal was in the 100 meters.
Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce picked up Sunday night in the gold with a time of 10,71. European champion Dina Asher-Smith finished in second place, and bronze for the côte d’ivoire Marie-Josée Ta Lou”.
The fourth world championships, Fraser-Pryce in the 100 meters, Burnet continue on for 200 yards