SALLY Pearson has won the women's 100m hurdles final to claim gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Pearson belied an injury-ridden build-up and head coach Eric Hollingsworth's outburst about her late show to the Commonwealth Games with a scorching 12.67 second run to edge English rival Tiffany Porter (12.80).
Angela Whyte ran 13.02 to claim the bronze for Canada.
"It's so good. It's my first regaining of a title, a medal. It's something really special," she told Channel 10.
"I was so nervous going into that. I felt the pressure this time, big time. I'm so glad it's all over.
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