Steffensen, Ross to run at Games

Disgruntled sprinters John Steffensen and Josh Ross have maintained the rage at their non-selection in individual races in London but will still contest the Olympic relays.

Steffensen was furious at being overlooked in favour of youngster Steve Solomon in the 400m while Ross was equally unhappy at missing out on the chance to take on the likes of Usain Bolt in the 100m.

Both had been talking about withdrawing from the Games altogether.

They vented their anger in a media conference at the team training camp in Tonbridge on Monday.

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