Jonnie Peacock out of World Para-athletics Championships with injury

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Two-time Paralympic winner Jonnie Peacock has withdrawn from the team for the World Para-athletics Championships of November of Great Britain in Dubai.
Peacock, 26, has pulled out with a knee injury which has“taken longer to heal than expected“.
He won T44 100m gold in London 2017 World Championships and the Lyon 2013.
„It is always tough being on the sidelines but I expect it’ll be a excellent occasion in Dubai and I will be cheering on the group from the UK,“ he said.
„With some planned remainder, I hope to return to winter training right away.“
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