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Tapper could spend more time in Europe to prepare for Eugene World Champs

Olympic 100m hurdles bronze medallist Megan Tapper says she may be spending more time in Austria as she prepares for the 2022 season. Preparation for the World Championships in Eugene, Oregon next year may be a bit different, compared to previous global championships. Tapper says she may need to be in Europe more often to get more hands on training from her Austrian coach Phillip Unfried. 2021 was a special one for Tapper as the 27 year old ran the fastest she has ever run over the 100 metre hurdles and capped off the season with a historic Olympic bronze medal in Tokyo, Japan. As for the World Indoor Championships in Belgrade, Serbia next March, Tapper says she is keeping her options open. ?

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