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Adam Gemili out to put smile back on face of athleti

cs in wake of doping controversiesADAM GEMILI says Britains golden generation of young sprinters can clean

se the sport of its negative image. Gemili, the European 200 metres champion, spoke out at the start of a season which will see drug cheats Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay challenge for Usain Bolts world title. Bolt last week accused Gay of letting him and the sport down, claiming the 2007 world champion should have been kicked out of track and field. Gemili, 21, said: It saddens me that when people think about athletics one of the first words

that comes into their mind is doping. The only way

you can stop that is by seeing great performances coming from athletes and then promoting it and trying to inspire young people to

join it. That is what I want to do. I encourage clean sport and I want to inspire young people to go to athletics clubs and give it a go. As well as Gemili, Britains sprint stable includes world indoor champio

n Richard Kilty, Eur时时彩杀跨是什么意思 opean 100m gold medalist James Dasaolu, sub-10 starlet Chijindu Ujah and flying females Dina Asher-Smith and Jodie Williams. We dont do the sport to come second or third but to try to be the bes

t, added Gemili, who smiled his way to double European gold last summer, plus two Commonwealth silver medals. I am only 21 years old. I am still learning, trying to get more powerful. But I need to

develop a bit more in the 100m to be competitive with the worlds best. Running sub-10 seconds is no longer really good enough. If you run sub-10 you will struggle to get a medal at world or Olympic

standards. You need to push 9.7s or 9.8s. One day hopefully I will. If you are aiming for the top, you have got to aim to be the best. * Tickets for the Sainsburys Anniversary Games (July 24-26) are available from britishathletics.org.uk