Sharman feeling flat after sub-standard 110m showing

Sharman feeling flat after sub-standard 110m showing

Sharman feeling flat after sub-standard 110m showing

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Belgrave Harriers William Sharman gave an honest assessment of his disappointing run at ISTAF IAAF World Challenge event in Berlin on Sunday describing it as a "bit flat".

The 29-year-old finished fourth in a time of 13.35 seconds in his latest men's 110m hurdles encounter - Cuba's in-form Orlando Ortega took the honours on the Berlin Olympic Stadium track in superior, fashion clocking 13.08secs.

"It wasn't a very good race," said the reigning British Champion Sharman. "I got out there and felt a little bit flat."

And Sharman admitted he felt tired after a busy Commonwealth Games and European Championships schedule where he silver medalled at both events.

He added: "I haven't really trained properly since the Europeans."

Sharman goes to Zagreb, Croatia today (Tuesday) before heading to Brussels, Belgium for IAAF Diamond League Finale this Friday.

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