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Stratford's Andrew Pozzi will utilise past experiences to inspire him to a medal in tonight's Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final



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ANDREW Pozzi believes the lessons learnt from the heartache suffered at the 2018 Commonwealth Games will stand him in good stead for tonight’s (Thursday) 110m hurdles final at the Alexander Stadium.

Stratford's Andrew Pozzi in action in his 110m hurdles heat at the Alexander Stadium on Tuesday evening. Photo: Mark Williamson
Stratford's Andrew Pozzi in action in his 110m hurdles heat at the Alexander Stadium on Tuesday evening. Photo: Mark Williamson

The Stratford star was looking a good bet for a medal on the Gold Coast four years ago but a mistake at the first hurdle meant he was always playing catch-up and would cross the line sixth, declaring at the time: “I’d rather not see the replays.”

Older, wiser and more experienced, the now 30-year-old told the Herald the disappointment in Australia was a valuable learning curve and that he will be able to utilise that know-how this time around.



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