Alistair Brownlee He has taken another step forward in his recovery from the injury sustained last month to his Achilles tendon by no longer wearing the protective boot he has worn since the incident. Although he suspended running training, he is still the favorite to become champion at this summer's Olympics to be held in London.
Now is the time to get back to normal doing running sessions without too much intensity to see the evolution of your injury.
Alistair has been very cautious after the diagnosis of the slight tear in the Achilles tendon, but now that he no longer uses the protective booty it is time to return to training normally, said Malcolm Brown, director of the British Olympic triathlon program.
There are no previous results.