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ATHLETICS: Lewis-Francis in confident mood.

Former world junior 100 metres champion Mark Lewis-Francis is adamant a medal at this summer's Olympic Games is within his reach.

The 21-year-old midlander,currently attending the Norwich Union preparation camp in Paphos, recently enlisted sports psychologist Dave Collins to help him outwit his opponents in the build-up to what he believes will be a wide open Olympic final.

``I will go to the Olympics and get a medal then go to the next and get gold,''he boldly predicted yesterday.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 14, 2004
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