Britany Anderson Wins First Hurdles Race After Year-Long Injury Break

Britany Anderson, the silver medallist at the World Championships in the 100m hurdles, returned to the track in a blaze of glory at the X Athletics Meeting in Milano, Italy over the weekend.

Following a year-long hiatus due to a knee injury sustained in 2023, Anderson’s triumphant comeback was nothing short of spectacular.

Anderson surged across the finish line in 13.23 seconds to win the 100m hurdles event.

Despite a valiant effort from Elena Carraro, who finished a close second with a time of 13.30 seconds, Anderson maintained her lead throughout the race.


Anderson didn’t stop at just one victory. Later in the day, she joined forces with her training group to secure another triumph in the 4x100m relay.

Alongside Amy Hunt, Mabounduo Kone, and Daryll Neita, Anderson helped her team power to victory in a remarkable time of 43.21 seconds.

Their performance was so commanding that they finished more than five seconds ahead of the second-placed Cus Pro Patria Milano ‘B’ team, who clocked in at 47.65 seconds. Notably, they also outpaced the third-placed Cus Insubria Varese Como ‘A’ team by an impressive six-second margin, as they crossed the line in 48.66 seconds.

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