LITESPORT LONDONERSimeonWilliamsongoesinto tonights 100m showdown against world record holder Usain Bolton believing he is just a year away from superstardom. Williamson, the Islington-born 23-year- old who has finally broken Dwain Cham- bers hold on British sprinting, competes in the Aviva Grand Prix at Crystal Palace pointing out: Last year, before Bolt ran in theNewYorkGrandPrix,hisofficialbest timewas10.03sec,thesameasmine.Just look where he is now. Bolt clocked 9.72sec in the Big Apple on 31 May last year and went on tosethisworldrecordof 9.69sec towinthefirstof histhreegold medals at the Beijing Olym- pics, where the Jamaican confirmed his status as undisputed world No1. Williamson finished sixth behind Bolt (right) in Paris last week and has yet t o d i p u nde r 10seconds -- he registered 10.05sec i n t o a strong headwind when he beat Chambers in the World Trials in Birmingham ear- lier this month. Forecasted showers could denyhimthatlandmarkagainstthesuper- man he calls Mr Bolt tonight. Williamson said: Im going to get there. Paris was my first time facing Mr Bolt and it went well. It was my third-fastest time of the year. The consistency is there, more than it was last year, which is a good thing. There are little things, minute things,thatmeandmycoacharework- ing on and I hope to put into place at Crystal Palace. It will be a very, very fast race hopefully. Everyoneisbeatable.No-one thoughtwhenAsafaPowellwas running world records anyone wasgoingtobeathim,butobvi- ously Bolt has come and beat him. Bolt is the man they are all talking about because of his three world records in the Beijing Olympics but everyone is beatable, it just depends what person turns up on the day. 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Give me one year and Ill beat Mr Bolt Dwaining champion: Williamson gets the better of Chambers at the World Trials this month BY NEAL COLLINS bestcialoffihisPrix,GrandYorkNewthe Justmine.assamethe10.03sec,wastime look where he is now. Bolt clocked 9.72sec in the Big Apple on 31 May last year and went on 9.69secofrecordworldhissetto goldthreehisofrstfithewinto Olym-Beijingtheatmedals Jamaicanthewherepics, asstatushisconfirmed undisputed world No1. finishedWilliamson Boltbehindsixth in Paris last registered 10.05sec ai n t o hewhenheadwindstrong WorldtheinChambersbeat Trials in Birmingham ear- the year. The consistency is there,of more than it was last year, which is a good thing. minutethings,littleareThere work-arecoachmyandmethatthings, placeintoputtohopeIandoning at Crystal Palace. It will be a very, very fast race hopefully. wasPowellAsafawhenthought anyonerecordsworldrunning obvi-buthim,beattogoingwas theinrecordsworldthree everyonebutOlympicsBeijing is beatable, it just depends what person turns up on the day. Saracens open new Boks of tricks Live on BBC2, from 6pm Wiggins goes fourth and Armstrong leaves Astana BRADLEY WIGGINS gave himself a fighting chance of a podium finish in the Tour de France by coming home sixth in the individual time trial yesterday, but there looks to be no stopping Alberto Contador on his charge to a second title. Wiggins (right) climbed two places to fourth and narrowed the gap to 11sec behind seven-times winner Lance Armstrong, who is now third. But it was Contador who wore the broadest grin after the Spaniard won yesterdays stage by three seconds from Switzerlands Fabian Cancellara to strengthen his grip on the yellow jersey. The 2007 champion is 4min 11sec and said: Winning a time trial is really special -- and I beat all the specialists. We are near the end but I must be careful. Armstrong, 37, will quit Astana, the team he shares with Contador, and form a US- based team in 2010 in partnership with RadioShack Corporation. A statement said: Lance Armstrong will compete for Team RadioShack as a cyclist, runner and triathlete in events around the world, including the 2010 Tour de France. Live on British EuroSport BY HARRY LANE 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.html