- Briton points to improvements in spike and track technology
- ‘We shouldn’t put limits on ourselves. Nothing is impossible’
Florence Griffith Joyner’s imposing and controversial women’s 100m world record of 10.49sec could finally fall this summer, Dina Asher-Smith has forecast.
The British sprinter insisted that the rapid improvements in spike and track technology meant “nothing is impossible” for modern athletes – including surpassing Flo-Jo’s iconic 100m and 200m records set in 1988.
Written by Sean Ingle
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