After training at Loughborough, Russel hopes to have last laugh

AFTER a hamstring injury forced him out of the Cambodia SEA Games in May, Russel Alexander Nasir Taib was a disappointed man.

However, thanks to a move to Loughborough, England, the Australian-born sprinter is raring to stamp his mark at Asian level in Hangzhou.

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