TOP London hurdler Andy Turner today spoke of his dreams of Olympic glory as he pledged to win a medal in his "home town".The 30-year-old said next year's Games would be the pinnacle of his career. Turner suffered the blow of losing his Pounds 20,000-a- year Lottery funding in 2008 but fought back to defy his critics. Last year he won gold in the 110m hurdles at both the European Championships and Commonwealth Games. He said: "I'm not going to shout about it, but I'm quietly confident. London will be my third Olympics, and to run in my home town and run well will be the pinnacle of my career."
London Is My Goal: Champion Hurdler Aims for Olympic Gold
The European and Commonwealth Games success was hailed "a dream" by Turn...