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Elaine Thompson-Herah on taming the demons en route to Tokyo gold

BBC Sport Wednesday, 20 October 2021
Elaine Thompson-Herah on how prayer, music and a list on her phone helped tame the demons to help her claim a historic sprint double in Tokyo.
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