Anaso Jobodwana wants an Olympic Medal. In a conversation with Wesley Botton from The Citizen, this is what he had to say
“I’m being very cautious, but I think I’m in the final stages of rehab,” said the 23-year-old speedster, who has not raced since picking up the pelvic injury in the 100m heats at the African Games in Brazzaville eight months ago.
“I see the doctor every day and we talk about my concerns, but every time I have been on the track I’ve built confidence because I’ve come off the track feeling good and I wake up the next day without repercussions from the training,” he said.
“The doctor said to me yesterday that I was in a good place to move up to a higher intensity.”
Jobodwana confirmed on Wednesday he had parted ways with British coach Stuart McMillan and abandoned his training base in Phoenix, Arizona, with the SA Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) sending him to Durban to work with Dr Kevin Suddan at the Prime Institute high performance and sports medicine centre.
Courtesy of The Citizen