Olympic bronze medallist Hitchon believes she’ll peak in Tokyo

The former ballet dancer missed out on the Olympic final in 2012 but insists she will be patient in pursuit of more medals, believing she won’t peak until the 2020 Games in Tokyo. “We’ll go back to the drawing board and look to improve for next year,” she …
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