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PROTRACK » GENERAL » Jana Rawlinson to miss Nationals - calf injury

Jana Rawlinson to miss Nationals - calf injury

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Jana Rawlinson wins the 400m hurdles in Perth 11 days ago but strained her calf in training last week.

Injury blip foils Jana Rawlinson's comeback
by Scott Gullan
Herald Sun
April 11, 2011


INJURY continues to haunt Jana Rawlinson's comeback with the hurdles star to miss this weekend's national championships at Olympic Park.

A minor calf strain has grounded the two-time 400m hurdles world champion from the most crucial meeting of the domestic season.

After a stunning return to the track in Perth 11 days ago, Rawlinson was excited about having her career back on track and determined to win her first national title since 2003.

But a mishap at training last week has again set her back, although she is only expected to miss two weeks.

Meanwhile, Craig Mottram is set to take on young gun Jeff Riseley in the 1500m at the championships, which double as the selection trials for August's world championships in Daegu, South Korea.

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