British javelin record-holder Goldie Sayers is set to start again full training in the New Year after a positive prediction following elbow surgery. She failed to be eligible for the Olympics final in London after tearing a ligament in her elbow. She saw her doctor again tweeted: “Elbow is healing as it should. My brace is off. “I now feel like I can draw a line under this Olympic cycle and start looking at the next.”
Sayers broke the record with a throw of 66.17 metres at the London Grand Prix in July. However, she suffered the injury as she made her fourth throw and it successfully ended her chances of an Olympic medal. She still attempted to be eligible for the Games final but went out after three no throws – and then had to watch a contest in which she would have won a silver medal had she been fit to battle and able to repeat her Grand Prix throw.
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