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Jamaica would be 'a great place to train' – Gay gives island props

American 100-metre record holder and the world’s second fastest man, Tyson Gay, believes Jamaica can be marketed as a place for athletes to train. Gay,

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American 100-metre record holder and the world’s second fastest man, Tyson Gay, believes Jamaica can be marketed as a place for athletes to train.

Gay, who has in recent times played second fiddle to the world’s fastest man and triple world record holder, Jamaican Usain Bolt, is of the opinion that with the country’s great weather it would be ideal for athletes to train, given that the right infrastructure is in place.

“If all the facilities and everything comes together with the stadium and everything, I think it would be a great place to train,” Gay said.

“The weather is great; I am trying to do some training in Florida because of the weather, so it wouldn’t be bad because the weather is great and that’s the key. And the food is good as well. Curry goat, ackee and salt fish and I tried coconut water today (Sunday)……Read More

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