Sydney: Pearson, player of Australia's Olympic Gold Medalist Track Athlete, has announced retirement. Pearson gave her retirement social media account. Style Pearson Hammstring and Hitchlish were troubled by the injury. Because of that, he has decided not to play the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. What will happen next in Pearson's career, it is not clear, but the style has given a signal in a way that he will go ahead in the direction of coaching.
Pearson won gold medal in 2012
Style Pearson won the Gold Medal in the 100 meter hurdle track athlete in the 2012 London Olympics. This Australian player won the silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Style said, "I will definitely be associated with athletics. I have coached many youths, this work has been close to my heart and I will definitely try to continue it."
I am here to let you know that I have decided to retire from my sport of athletics. It has been a long 16 years, but also a fun and exciting 16 years. My body has decided it is time to let it go, and move forward on a new direction.
– Sally Pearson OAM (@sallypearson) August 5, 2019
My body can not hurt and hurt – Pearson
Australia player Pearson said, "After 16 years of playing for Australia, the time has come, when I have to retire, my body can not hurt, I was in the mood for the next Tokyo Olympics I do not prepare myself, but now I have decided to retire from the game.