Team GB must improve on Doha World Athletics Championship showing, says performance director Neil Black

Performance director Neil Black has admitted Great Britain must improve in the World Athletics Championships because 2005 after their medal return.
The team abandon Doha with five awards – like Dina Asher-Smiths hat-trick – to fall short of their seven-to-nine goal.
Asher-Smith and the mens 4x100m relay team won 4x100m relay silver , silver that was 100m and gold and silver, respectively.
It may be safer, it must be Black said. We will obviously be talking with UK Sport. Our connection with UK Sport is positive.
Its working together, its reviewing, planning, what have we learned, what are we really going to do about it, just how do we convert thenearlys into chords?
There is a lot to feel really, really good about. Theres a lot to believe really, very positive about.
But the fact is the medal tally is not what we would have wanted and expected.
The group almost took home six medals just for the womens 4x400m relay group to overlook after play at the Khalifa International Stadium on Sunday.
Jamaica, who finished third, were disqualified after it had been suppressed they lined up at the wrong location for their next changeover.
When they came it promoted Jodie Williams, Emily Diamond, Zoey Clark and Laviai Nielsens Great Britain team to bronze – but Jamaica were reinstated on appeal along with also the has been dismissed.
While a decision was being made, A decoration ceremony has been held with no Jamaica for winners the USA and second-placed Poland.

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