Robles back in training after leg injury
Cuba's Dayron Robles, the reigning Olympic champion and world record-holder in the 110m hurdles, is back in training after recovering from a leg injury, the Cuban athletics federation said on Friday.
"Robles is already training and will be able to resume international competition in Poland (Szczecin) on June 25," federation technical head Jesus Molina said.
"He has completely recovered from the little lesion in his (left) attack leg."
The 25-year-old, whose world record stands at 12.87sec, had to pull out of Diamond League meets in Eugene and New York because of the injury.