Sani Brown Abdul Hakim, a 100-meter track and field men's Japanese record holder, was scheduled to race in the United States on the 15th for the first time in about a year and seven months, but he said he was tired of his legs. I missed it in a hurry.
Sani Brown explained the reason for his absence, saying, "I thought it was better to make adjustments in perfect condition than to overdo it."
The 22-year-old Sani Brown, who holds a Japanese record of 9.97 seconds in the men's 100 meters on land, has been away from the race since the World Championships in October due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
Sani Brown was scheduled to participate in the men's 100 meters race in California, USA on the 15th for the first time in about 1 year and 7 months, and he was repeatedly warming up at the venue, but he hurriedly missed just before the race. It was decided to do.
After seeing the 100-meter race that was scheduled to take place at the venue, Sani Brown explained to NHK that he was "tired from his left leg" as to the reason for his absence.
He added, "I wasn't feeling sick. My legs aren't in a serious situation. I thought it was better to adjust in perfect condition than to force myself here. Rather than force myself, I wanted to laugh at the end and finish this season. I'm thinking, "he said with an occasional smile.
The race that Sani Brown was scheduled to participate in was won by American Trayvon Bromell, who won the bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships, in 9.92 seconds.