Nyirarukundo to stay out for five weeks

By IGIHE
On 8 August 2017 at 07:46

Rwandan 10,000-meter-female long distance athlete, Salome Nyirarukundo who was injured while representing her country at the 16th edition of the IAAF World Championship on Saturday night in London, England is said to be out for five weeks.
The 20-year-old finished in a disappointing 25th position after clocking a time of 32 minutes, 45 seconds and 95 seconds behind Ethiopian Gold medalist Almaza Ayana.
According to the National Athletics Federation (RAF), the female athlete is said to (...)

Rwandan 10,000-meter-female long distance athlete, Salome Nyirarukundo who was injured while representing her country at the 16th edition of the IAAF World Championship on Saturday night in London, England is said to be out for five weeks.

The 20-year-old finished in a disappointing 25th position after clocking a time of 32 minutes, 45 seconds and 95 seconds behind Ethiopian Gold medalist Almaza Ayana.
According to the National Athletics Federation (RAF), the female athlete is said to be out for five weeks before he begins training.

The athlete looked ailing when she was limping at the start of the race but she keeps it up until when she crossed the finish but later was carried by the medics because she could not walk after the race.

After injury prognosis, it was disclosed that she suffered from a chin splint tibia and could be out for a least five weeks before making a return for training.


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