British 400m Athlete Nigel Levine happy to be a great threat to his opponents going into the World Indoor Championships

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Levine clocked 45.71secs, the fifth-quickest indoor 400m time in the World in 2014, winning at the Sainsbury’s British Grand Prix to match his indoor personal best.

The former European Under-23 Champion Levine, coached by Linford Christie, has been selected to be part of the British team heading to Sopot, Poland for the World Indoor Championships in March.

“To be a threat is a good thing, but I’m going to watch what I do. I can’t watch what they do. If they’re watching me – that’s up to them.”

“My target is to do better than two years ago,” said Levine, who was part of the British quartet that won 4x400m relay silver in 2012.

“Things are going great this year, so bring it on.”

“Being on the podium would be a great stepping stone towards the outdoors and a great confidence boost.”

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