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Simeon Williamson sets to learn from Bolt and Mills in Jamaica

Great Britain sprinter Simeon Williamson is planning another trip to train in Jamaica, but this time he will side-stepped the camp of Asafa Powell to train with Usain Bolt.

The Britain’s 100 metres champion will spend over two months in Kingston as he seeks to develop his sprinting ability and answer claims that he and his fellow countrymen are lazy.

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“The weather is a huge factor over there,” Williamson explained in the Times Online. “In England you stand around for long and your muscles go cold and there is a chance of pulling something.

“Your recovery time is shorter. It’s not laziness, it’s being practical. Over there you can run faster and longer. They don’t do anything magical. They only have one 300-metre grass track and a small gym, but yes, they do work hard.”….Read More

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