“I was told I would run the 100m days before the race”- Hor Halutie

Hor Halutie2 Ghana sprint queen Hor Halutie has revealed that she did not expect to compete in the Women’s 100m at the just ended Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. The 19 year-old made history as she finished 8th in the final of the event after breezing through her heat and the semifinals. Speaking to Citi Sports, Halutie disclosed that she only knew she would compete in the individual event a few days before competition as she originally went to the Games as part of the Women’s 4×100 team. “I was surprised, because based on my times I wasn’t even sure I’ll make it to » Read More

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