If winning an Olympic Games gold medal is at least partly a battle between the ears then Mitchell Watt is ready for a scrap.
The world championships long jump silver medallist will miss Saturday's Perth Track Classic as he nears the end of his rehabilitation from a calf injury.
Two years ago the temptation to compete on a runway with such a favourable tailwind would have been irresistible to such a relatively inexperienced jumper.
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