Daniel Bailey hoping to dominate in Doha
Antiguan world fourth placer and 9.91 sprinter Daniel Bailey (coached by Glen Mills) is hoping to dominate at the World Indoor Championships in Doha in March.
That is also because the three medalists from Berlin 100 m Usain Bolt, Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell are not planning to compete indoors. “I know that the next year coming is going to be a different Daniel Bailey because I know that I’m going to train real hard and with a different mentality,” Bailey said for IAAF. “I’m really looking forward to that 60m to at least win a medal. I’ve started training already, so I’m looking to get ready for the world indoors in Doha,” he beamed, noting that the Commonwealth Games set for New Delhi, India in October is also on his radar. Bailey was accorded the status of Ambassador on 9 September, for his exploits on the track in 2009 by Antigua, a nation better known in the sporting arena for producing Cricket legend Sir Vivian Richards. Antigua, which has a population of approximately 68,000, is about 14 miles long and 11 miles wide, encompassing 108 square miles.