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Jamaica's Dexter Lee settling well under coach Anthony Carpenter

International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Junior and Youth 100m champion Dexter Lee has settled into his new home in Atlanta, Georgia and has started training in preparation for the 2010 season.

The former Herbert Morrison High runner, who added the Class One 100m title to the Class Two and Three titles he had won previously, left the island about three weeks ago and started training on Monday under new coach Anthony Carpenter.

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In Atlanta, Lee, who will be focusing on retaining the IAAF World Junior Championship title he won in Poland last year, will join the camp of two-time Olympic 200m champion Veronica Campbell-Brown, who earlier this week, announced her split from longtime coach Lance Brauman.

The camp also includes Campbell-Brown’s husband Omar and World Championships 4x400m relay silver medallists Shereefa Lloyd……Read More

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