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Stratford's Andrew Pozzi wins bronze in Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final



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STRATFORD star Andrew Pozzi dived over the line to claim a bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final at the Alexander Stadium tonight (Thursday).

The moment Andrew Pozzi realises he's won the bronze medal in tonight's Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final. Photo: Mark Williamson (58456507)
The moment Andrew Pozzi realises he's won the bronze medal in tonight's Commonwealth Games 110m hurdles final. Photo: Mark Williamson (58456507)

The 30-year-old made a clean start and was looking in control throughout until he clipped the final hurdle.

Pozzi recovered from the slight stumble and dived over the line to claim bronze in 13.37s.

Jamaica's Rasheed Broadbell won the race in a blistering 13.08s, a new personal best and an equal Games record, while Barbados's Shane Brathwaite took home the silver in a season's best time of 13.30s.

Fellow English athlete Joshua Zeller was fourth in 13.39s.



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