David Rudisha Hints At Making A Comeback
‘King’ David Rudisha hints at making a comeback on the track after a long injury lay-off from athletics. The two-time world Olympic 800m champion King Rudisha disclosed of a comeback again on track in a short time. He also holds the world record in the men’s 800 metres dash. He set in back in London 2012 Olympic Games. The record is 1:40.91 still stands as of now. David Rudisha hints at making a comeback.
Rudisha on 22.08.2010 ran 1:41.09 in Berlin, Germany, on 29.08.2010 ran 1:41.01 in Rieti, Italy, and on 09.08.2012 ran 1:40.91 in London, United Kingdom.
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Rudisha, who underwent successful surgery on Saturday, 20th November 2021. He was last seen on the track in 2017. He is very happy to be back again.
Rudisha posted on his face Facebook page “I am glad that on Saturday 20th I had a successful surgery of removal of an implant on my left leg that has been there for the last one and half year. At least I will be back soon doing some running!!!”.