Brownlee’s Injury May Improve Performance

| Pro Triathlon News | Triathlon News | 27/03/2012 16:05pm
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Alistair Brownlee’s physio says the British star’s achilles injury could actually improve his performance.

Emma Deakin, Physiotherapist for the English Institute of Sport, has stated in an article on the BBC website that Alistair Brownlee’s achilles injury may actually improve his performance in the Olympics and that time spent recovering won’t jepardise his gold medal chances.

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Posted on Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 at 4:05 pm under Pro Triathlon News, Triathlon News. You can subscribe to comments. Comments are closed.

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