In Bolt’s absence, Gatlin dominated the Diamond League last season. (AP Photo/Austin American-Statesman, Rodolfo Gonzalez)
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Usain Bolt is happy with his condition in the lead-up to August's world championships and will not be denied more sprint gold by American Justin Gatlin, according to his coach Glen Mills.The 100- and 200-meter world record holder, Bolt won both events at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.Mills said Bolt had stepped up his preparation since running the 400 meters in 46.37 seconds on March 14 in Kingston.Bolt could also appear at Jamaica's national trials between June 25 and 28 in Kingston.
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