Dwain Chambers, Phillips Idowu, Jessica Ennis to lead Britain's World Indoor team

Charles van Commenee has named a 38-strong British team for next month’s World Indoor Championships in Doha.

Although no medal target has been announced, two years ago Britain won five medals – one gold and four silvers – and the head coach is expected to demand a similar haul this year, depending on whether established athletes such as the defending world indoor champion triple jumper Phillips Idowu, heptathlon world champion Jessica Ennis and world silver medallist Dwain Chambers all deliver.

It is Chambers who has looked in the best form leading up to the competition, despite struggling to find meets that allow him to race because of his two-year suspension in 2003. Chambers is the fastest man in the world this year after he ran 6.50sec two weeks ago….Read More

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