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Stratford's Andrew Pozzi delighted to claim Commonwealth Games bronze medal on home soil




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STRATFORD star Andrew Pozzi admitted 'the dive of his life' helped secure a bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final.

Andrew Pozzi, right, with his Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles bronze medal alongside gold medal winner Rasheed Broadbell, centre, and silver medallist Shane Brathwaite, left. Photo: Mark Williamson
Andrew Pozzi, right, with his Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles bronze medal alongside gold medal winner Rasheed Broadbell, centre, and silver medallist Shane Brathwaite, left. Photo: Mark Williamson

Four years after a disappointing sixth-placed finish in Australia where he clipped the first hurdle, the 30-year-old clocked 13.37s at the Alexander Stadium last Thursday night (4th August) to pip fellow Englishman Joshua Zeller to the final spot on the podium.

There was just 0.02s separating the two in the end, with Pozzi sneaking over the line first after a last-ditch lunge which saw him land flat on his face.



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