Imani Lansiquot says she will”catch this chance with both hands” after being inserted into the 100m team for the World Championships at Qatar.
The Sky Sports Scholar struggled with a injury during the conclusion of summer and initially was in the relay squad.
However, as of the times and Dina Asher-Smith winning the 100m Diamond League Final in Brussels, Britain earned an additional spot with an invitation from the body IAAF.
“I am on the moon to have been chosen for my second mature individual,” Lansiquot explained.
“Coming back from injury has been tough and pleased with the specific time which I needed to be prepared for the World trials.
“It was emotionally and physically quite difficult, but game is frequently unpredictable and I’ve learned so much from this encounter.
“Through the adversity, to be picked for the 100m and the 4x100m is a wonderful silver liner, and I’m going to grab this chance with both hands as I take one step closer in my trip to the Olympics.
“I wish to say a big thank you to the staff at Sky for supporting me through the challenging times in addition to the great ones – notably mentors Tony Lester and Geoff Shreeves for always having my back!
“Bring on the World Championships!”
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