I’ll Soon Get There, Says Jelimo

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“I want to tell Kenyans that I’m fine and they have nothing to worry about.” That is the message Olympic 800m champion, Pamela Jelimo, sent out to her concerned compatriots after returning to the country from Eugene, Oregon where she lost for only the second time since she took up the distance. …more

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1. On Wednesday June 10, 2009, 20:51 PM , mzee Rutto, Canada wrote:
  I just wanted to thank Jelimo for being brave to say what she wanted due to the situation now. I would relate to you during my running career. There are times the body doesn’t respond to running . you need to take it easy and race in four weeks. She need to go home and do a little training no stress or hard workout. The body will come back to a world record. I am glad you decided to go home .

 


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