Seo has already returned to the track after a six-month absence.
He’s been rehabbing at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, a world championship-level event, and he has just completed a run in the Arnold Classic, the world’s longest indoor track.
He won the men’s 400m race in April, and has been working out with a physical therapist at the University of South Carolina.
He’ll continue training on the track until he’s ready to compete.
He’s hoping to return to competition in early September.
If not, Seo will try to return for a second time at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
While his return could come as early as September, Seogwamers will have to wait until after the 2020 Olympics to see Seo.
The Asian Games will be held from September 11-18, 2019.
That’s about a month after the World Championships, which will be in the fall.
Seogwaners are not allowed to participate in the Asian Games until May 1, 2020, which is about six months after the Games.
Seogwaner Brian P. said he’s been training hard in the last few weeks, but it’s not a priority.
He said he has some friends in the community and is focused on competing.
I’m not concerned about that right now.
I just want to be able to compete in the World Series of Indoor and Outdoor track and field, which I’ve been training for.
I’ve got a long way to go, but I’m happy to be back on track, Pee Wee said.
We are very excited to have Seogwoner Brian back with us again.
We know he will bring the same competitive spirit to our program, and we are very confident he can bring the level of talent and excitement to our track program, Poo Wee said in a release.