Campbell-Brown has rusty return at world indoors
MAR 08, 2014 7:34a ET
Cleared to run only last month by sport's highest court following a doping scandal, the Jamaican looked sluggish in her heat and finished only third, the last guaranteed spot to advance.
Campbell-Brown said that ''when you don't compete for a while, you got to feel a little rusty.'' Murielle Ahoure from Ivory Coast and fellow-Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were fastest in the heats.
Meanwhile, heptathlete Ashton Eaton moved within world record pace with a strong 60 hurdles, and with only the pole vault and closing 1,000 to come later Saturday. The defending champion set the record at the world indoors two years ago.