BERLIN (GER): In an interview with leichtathletik.com Tim Lobinger revealed he is still dreaming of jumping 6m at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Lobinger, who has recently been distracted by appearances at the German version of ‘let’s dance’, wants to continue his career on the highest level for the next 2 year. The German athlete has already started working on a career after pole vaulting as he is taking classes to become a trainer.
KINGSTON (JAM): World and Olympic 100m Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is determined to leave her 6 month drug suspension behind her and does not feel any pressure to return to competition. Fraser-Pryce told AP she has left the negative comments surrounding her suspension in the past and now is highly motivated to win medals at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu. For the BBC Fraser-Pryce also spoke up for more and better education on drugs for athletes. The Jamaican sprinter pointed out that the rapid changes and difficult names on the WADA anti-doping list are confusing for athletes.
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