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• Robles Roars in Sotteville - 13.18 in 110m H

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Former world record holder Dyaron Robles of Cuba showed outstanding performance at the 2013 Sotteville-les-Rouen meeitng when he won the 110m hurdles in 13.18 (wind+1.8m/s).

 I'm very happy since my recent races have been really bad.:" The 2008 Olympic champion told reoprters after the competiion.

"I'm coming back into form I've  worked a lot for that, Dyaron is Back:" He concluded.

In 2011, at the Daegu World Championships the Cuban was disqualified after he finished first in the race.  In 2012 Robles suffered from several injuries including a hamstring injury at the London Olympic final where he limped with lots of pain to the finished finishing last.

This season 191cm tall Cuban started of in June 8 in Torino (ITA) where he finished 6th with a time of 13.80.  20 days later he improved hes season best to 13.60 seconds and a second place at the international meeting in Reims (FRA). He continued his progress by winning meeting Stanislas (FRA) in 13.42 seconds on July 2. 

Robles did not confirm the place of his his next race, but it is very possible that we might see him at the next diamond league meeting on July 19 in Monaco.






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