Athletics: Yohan Blake is looking to run in the 100m and 200m in Glasgow this summer
Yohan Blake has revealed he may attempt a 100 and 200 metres double at this summer's Commonwealth Games In Glasgow.
Last Updated: 17/05/14 8:03pm
Despite failing to break compatriot and training partner Usain Bolt's 150m world record at the BT Great City Games in Manchester, Blake strolled to victory in a time of 14.71 seconds.
The mark was the third fastest ever run over the straight distance but was still some way short of Bolt's best of 14.35 and the 14.65 of American Walter Dix.
After the event, the 24-year-old cited a lack of a proper warm-up area for his failure to trouble Bolt's record before claiming the Commonwealth Games were now likely to form part of his summer plans.
"I haven't chosen (my events) yet," he said. "I'm just waiting to talk to my manager and my coach when I get back, but I will probably double up.
"It's always nice to have good credentials. I've got world and Olympic medals
and it would be good to have some Commonwealth medals as well."
On his run down Manchester's Deansgate he added: "I feel I could have got that record today, but I just had to make sure I came away injury-free. There just wasn't anywhere to warm up."