Steve Mullings said that it is going to take a 9.7 performance to win the 100m at the Jamaica national trials and that he will be ready. Mulling, who is trained by Lance Brauman in Clermont, Florida, also said his next race will be at those trials and that it is not a guaranty he will make the team.
“People keep on saying that Asafa [Powell] may not make the team, but you have to remember that Asafa has been on Jamaica’s last three Olympic and World Championships teams,” Mullings noted. “He always finds a way to make the team. Some people doubt him but I know he will show up in Kingston. Asafa is the first one to show us Jamaican sprinters that we can run 9.7, so I wouldn’t count out Asafa.” Read more>>
Source: Caribbean Track Life International via Trackandfieldnews.com