Michael Klim postpones comeback after suffering neck strain


34-year-old Michael Klim was due to swim his first race in more than 4 1/2 years at a low-key Nunawading club meet at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre today, but decided to withdraw after advice from his physiotherapist a coach, because of a neck strain that he got from doing weights on a three-week altitude camp in Sierra Nevada, Spain. Read The Herald Sun.

Klim coming out the wall

Image courtesy of Blaise Alleyne, cc by-sa 2.0


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