LITESPORT London Lite Thursday, 16 July 2009 41 Inbrief Bolt is quick to spot bright Brit lSPRINT king Usain Bolt has tipped Simeon Williamson for a bright future after the Britons stunning exploits this year. Williamson left Dwain Chambers in his wake to win the mens 100 metres final at the World Trials and UK Championships on Saturday. Bolt said: I saw that race I think he did pretty well. Hes an upcoming athlete. If he continues working hard, over time I think he will definitely get better. Battering for Pakistan stars lPAKISTAN captain Younus Khan has hit out at his underperforming senior batsmen Shoaib Malik and Misbah-ul-Haq. Dramatic batting collapses marked Pakistans series loss in Sri Lanka, the home side taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three- Test series. Younus said: I just inherited these players. What can I do if players like Malik and Misbah are failing regularly? Sebs ejected from Toro seat lSEBASTIEN BOURDAIS Formula One career with Toro Rosso has today officially ended. His lack of success has been cited as the reason why the team have decided to release the Frenchman. Team principal Franz Tost said: In Sebastiens second year with us, the partnership has not met our expectations. Young Spanish star Jaime Alguersuari is favourite to take up the seat. Gasquet serves a dope fault lRICHARD GASQUET is free to resume his tennis career after being found guilty of a doping offence by the International Tennis Federation. An independent anti- doping tribunal, convened by the ITF yesterday, had banned the Frenchman for two months and 15 days after he tested positive for benzoylecgonine, a metabolite of cocaine, at an ATP event in Miami in March. The suspension ended yesterday. Hatton floored by stomach bug lRICKY HATTON is on a drip in hospital with a suspected stomach virus. His father and manager Ray said: He is not unconscious but is on a drip. He suffered severe stomach cramps and was in absolute agony. It was thought at first he had swine flu but it seems hes caught some kind of gastric bug. The phone has been going crazy with fans worried about him. I just want to say, hes all right. later today and adapt really quickly so we had four guys on the last km and had to leave it later to go. Norways Thor Hushovd finished fifth, allowing Cavendish to regain the points leaders green jersey. Rinaldo Nocentini retained the race leaders yellow jersey, with Astana pair Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong six and eight seconds behind respectively. Briton Bradley Wiggins is back up to fifth after being one of several riders given 15 seconds back, while Charles Wegelius is 155th and David Millar 165th. for veteran Tom Golden beer Calcavecchia back on form FORMER Open champion Mark Calcavecchia shot a fine 67 at Turnberry this morning -- thanks to a cunning combination of painkillers and beer. The 49-year-old American, winner of the Claret Jug in 1989 at nearby Royal Troon, considered pulling out on Sunday evening having been forced to play 36 holes on the final day of the rain-delayed John Deere Classic in Illinois with his back in spasm. He said: I was contemplating actually not coming. It did cross my mind. If it had been some other tournament, I may have not come. But, you know, once I got done I took a few more Aleve (painkillers) and a couple of beers and I was okay, got on the plane, and several more beers went flowing down. The next thing you know we were landing and I felt pretty good. I took Monday off, played Tuesday, took yesterday off and felt good and rested. Calcavecchia, in the first group out at 6.30am, added: Its a long way to go, but Im here, and Im here because I love playing this tournament. Its my favourite tournament. I Khan see it being a long night, Amir warns Kotelnik AMIR KHAN thinks he could be in for a long night when he challenges Andreas Kotelnik for the WBA light-welterweight title on Saturday. The 22-year-old from Bolton (right) is hoping to clinch a portion of the world title at the first attempt when he takes on the Ukrainian champion at the MEN Arena in Manchester. Kotelnik, 31, has never been knocked down in his 34-fight professional career and has shown his grit on the three occasions he has already boxed in Britain. Khan, on the other hand, was demolished inside a minute by Colombian Breidis Prescott last September and is prepared to take a more cautious approach when he bids to snatch Kotelniks title. Its going to be a skilful fight, more about technique, and I dont think its going to finish early, Khan said. It could be a long fight and if theres going to be a stoppage it could happen late in the fight. We sparred 12 rounds in LA and we know Ive got the fitness in the tank.High five: Briton Bradley Wiggins after latest win Pint to prove: Mark Calcavecchia this morning HH Whats he on? Tom Watson defied the years and the course as he played a storming opening round at a challenging Turnberry today index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html