STOCKHOLM (SWE): Multi-events hero Carolina Kluft ruled out a return to the hepthathlon at next year's London Olympics following her switch to the long and triple jumps. She confirmed that at a news conference before SPAR European Team Championships. Earlier she confirmed she will end her career after 2012.
ATLANTA (USA): Doyle Management Group is excited to announce its first round of collegiate signees. DMG will now represent hurdler Nia Ali of the University of Southern California; 400m runner from US Virgin Islands Tabarie Henry, sprinter Gerald Phiri of Zimbabwe and Jamaican long/triple jumper Julian Reid of Texas A&M. DMG CEO Paul Doyle is proud to be adding such a talented group of clients to his agency. “I’m really excited about the quality of athletes and the quality of people that we have signed. Our four signees epitomize the type of athlete we’re looking for: hardworking, talented, good people.”
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