Documentary that follows a number of top young British sprinters as they attempt to make it to the 2012 London Olympics. Made in partnership with Adidas, the film follows four young athletes, James Ellington, Richard Alleyne, Jeanette Kwakye and Omardo Anson, for a period of four years as they pursue their dreams of qualifying for the Olympics in their home nation.
British men point finger at CJ Ujah as relay failure strikes again
Poor changeovers denied Great Britain a medal in both 4 x 100 metres relays, but while the women’s team took their disappointment with good grace, the men’s team turned on their youngest member. The men’s quartet had been in contention for a medal when CJ Ujah, running the anchor leg, seemed to set off too soon. James Ellington, running the third leg failed to catch him and then angrily smashed the baton into the track. Britain could have grabbed third in the race, which was won by Jamaica.