Glenn Mills, the coach of Usain Bolt, has said that his top athlete has no need to be worried by US sprinter Justin Gatlin, the best 100m and 200m runner of the 2014 season, report Reuters.

“We take all competitors with a level of seriousness and I don’t see Gatlin as a joke, but the truth of the matter is Usain at his best doesn’t have much to worry about,” said Mills, who also noted that Bolt has made “significant strides” since his early season relay appearances.

His progress in the international meets this season will be used to decide whether he should do the Jamaican trials, which will take place at the end of June.


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