Gemili makes coach change
Adam Gemili has revealed he has switched coaches and will train alongside fellow British sprinter James Dasaolu.
Gemili, 20, has parted company with Michael Afilaka and will instead train under Steve Fudge at Loughborough.
Under Afilaka, Gemili won the world junior 100m title in 2012 as well as dipping under 20 seconds for the 200m this year, becoming only the second Briton to do so.
Dasaolu, 26, also had a year of impressive performances, most notably a 100m best of 9.91 seconds, putting him second all time among British athletes behind Linford Christie.
Gemili told the Daily Telegraph: "You've obviously got Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake training together, and they're the quickest guys in the world, so to have me and James training together can't be a bad thing.
"He's the only Briton this year to go sub-10 and I'm the only Briton to go sub-20, so it can only be positive for us to train together. James and I get on very well off the track anyway, so I'm looking forward it."
Gemili said he and Afilaka had disagreed over the best way to progress his career.
He said: "I was quite adamant that I wanted a certain team to be working with [me] and, unfortunately, we had to go our separate ways, which is a great shame because I had a great experience under Michael and he's a world-class coach."
Afilaka said: "Amicably, I have advised Adam to exercise his right to explore alternative coaching options, but I'm really proud of him and the work we did together in the last two seasons."