It was a pretty cool and windy day out in London, but I got back on the winning track by running 13.20 (-1.0w) and winning by a convincing margin. Anwar came second with 13.52 and Olijars third with 13.57.
I basically went out an executed what I had to do. It was a good race, I hit hurdle eight and that was about it. I didn't start very well but ran a great back half as usual. This might have been the hardest race I have run this season, I feel like I was digging towards the end, probably the wind was a factor at that point.
I'm happy that I was able to get back on track with a win, I have no complaints, my first race at Crystal Palace was a successful one.
My roommate Marc came second in the 100, running 9.97. He dominated the critical zone and came from around last place and had a good performance as well.
The second day of competition is tomorrow with the much anticipated 200 race with Bolt and the men's 4x1 races. I leave here on Sunday heading for Monaco, my last race before Beijing.
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