KINGSTON, Jamaica (EME NEWS) – Jamaican World 4x400m relay medalist Edino Steele is in full training for Olympic season. But first he wants to qualify for World Indoors in Portland.
He was in excellent shape two years ago in Sopot with the aim to attack the podium, but got disqualified in his semifinal.
Last year he went through a tough mental time but was supported by coach Glen Mills and Racers TC and was able to restart his training regime in the right time.
During Christmas in training was able to run 1:17 in sneakers over 600m. "Yes Im back, thanks to all who supported me and apologize to all for my behaviour last summer."
"Now Im full of motivation and energy to fight for the best possible," said Steele.
Olympic Games is the top issue on his agenda but one of his goals for summer is also to dip sub 45 seconds. His best from last year is 45.19, indoors from 2014 is 46.11.