So the main start of this summer is over but this doesn’t mean that the sports life has stopped after the London Games, on the contrary athletes who shone at the Olympic stadium in the capital of Great Britain continue delighting their fans by taking victories at various international competitions.
America’s Jennifer Suhr, the Olympic pole vault champion, failed to extend her victorious run as she delivered poor performance in Stockholm failing to register any result at all. Suhr faltered at 4 metres 55 cm flopping all three attempts.
As I’ve mentioned women’s pole vault it’s high attempt to announce that after the summer Games in London the two-time Olympic champion and multiple world record holder Elena Isinbayeva changed her decision to retire and made a hint that she may compete in Brazil in 2016.
Isinbayeva who won bronze in London said her dream is to finish her professional carer with the gold medal around her neck. The 30-year-old Russian stressed her ultimate goal will be the 2013 outdoor world championship in Moscow and after that she will decide on her future Olympic plans. She also added that her desire to compete at 5th Olympics is enormously huge but she should be well-prepared for the Games and hopes her physical shape and health will allow her to battle for the third Olympic title.
by: Malakhova Elena, Roman Kosarev
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