ATLANTA (USA): Olympic and worlds gold medalist Veronica Campbell Brown ended her cooperation with Atlanta-based coach Anthony Carpenter after just one season. Her agent Claude Bryan confirmed it for Jamaica Observer. She broke ties with long-time coach Lance Braumann at the end of the 2009 season and moved to Atlanta to train under the little-known Carpenter. With Carpenter she won world indoor title and improved at the 100 m to 10.78. Two other Jamaican athletes who were at the Carpenter camp have started the season elsewhere. Dexter Lee, who retained the IAAF World Junior 100m gold medal in Canada in July, is back in Montego Bay training under his high school coach Claude Grant, and 400m specialist Shereefa Lloyd who returned to Jamaica and is part of the Kingston-based Glen Mills Racers Club.
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