World Long Jump Champion, Jamaica’s Tajay Gayle, says he’s not ruling out competing in the 100-metres sprint event.
His coach has reportedly suggested Gayle could compete in the sprint at next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Meanwhile, Gayle says it’s still surreal he’s now long-jump world Champion.
Gayle’s 8.69 meters jump, put him into the consciousness of the world at the just concluded IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
It’s the longest wind legal jump in the last 10 years.