Christine Ohuruogu admitted she was proud of herself after the 400m star ran what is very likely to be her final individual race at the Olympic Games at Rio 2016. Ohuruogu won gold in the event at the Beijing 2008 Olympics Games and followed it up with a silver at London 2012 although she gave it her all she came fifth in her 400m semi-final draw on Sunday.
“I am not too disappointed,” she said. “I'm actually quite proud to still be hanging around. I'm the only one of my generation still running.”
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