KINGSTON — Teenage sensation Yohan Blake has been blazing the up track with sub-10 seconds in his last two meetings, one in particular on a wet track in cold and pouring conditions in Paris, last week, but still he has to wait to see what part he will play on the Jamaican World Championships team in Berlin next month.

Blake, 19, who became the third fastest Jamaican male ever over 100m with his personal best of 9.93seconds last Friday, finished sixth at the Jamaica Championships, which left him as just an alternative sprinter for the relays.

His career best puts him behind training partner and world record holder Usain Bolt (9.69) and former record holder Asafa Powell (9.72).

However, after running two sub-10 seconds in the last two meetings, the former World junior medallist could very well placed himself in line for an unexpected role in Berlin……Get the full info in the Jamaica Gleaner.

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