JAMES Gladman is hoping to reclaim a Great Britain jersey for the first time in six years.

The 25-year-old from Warrington has taken both the outdoor and indoor 200m titles at British Universities & Colleges Sport championships this season, but is doubling up his focus for the rest of the year.

Gladman, who is studying for a masters in research in health and wellbeing at Bath University, is also targeting the 400m with the hope of securing another international shot and is feeling strong after a warm-weather training camp in Tenerife leading into the season.

He took fourth in the 110m hurdles at the World Under 20s Championships in 2012.

“The overall goal is I’d love to make the World Championship team maybe for a relay and just get a GB vest again," said Gladman, a product of Warrington Athletics Club.

“It’s been a while since I’ve had one, it was in 2013 at the European Under 23s, so that would be a great achievement.

“I want to keep improving. I think the type of shape I’m in, I want to be getting a personal best in the 200m and the 400m.

“When you get to 25 I guess it’s a lot harder to start running PBs all the time so if I can do that I know things will be going well so that’s a goal as well.”

* The 2018-19 BUCS Outdoor Athletic Championships was hosted over the May Day Bank Holiday Weekend at Bedford Stadium. Read more at www.bucs.org.uk or follow us at @BUCSsport