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Injury worry for Baillie

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Scottish Commonwealth Games silver medallist Chris Baillie is praying for good news as he prepares to meet a specialist on Monday following scans on a foot injury.

 

The 25-year-old has been unable to run for the past fortnight after sustaining a suspected metatarsal injury as a result of an ankle strain suffered in training for the Commonwealth Games. The 110 metres hurdler has been forced to pull out of next weekend's British Grand Prix in Gateshead but is hopeful of being back in action next month ahead of August's European Championships.

 

He explained: "I'm not exactly sure what the injury is but I'll find out on Monday when I go and see the specialist about my scan. It's been hard because I've not been able to get on to the track. I just needed to sharpen everything up again after the Commonwealths but it's been frustrating being out with this injury."


 
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