Sutton & District AC's Imani Lansiquot insists she is happy with her preparations for the forthcoming summer outdoor season after a satisfactory end to her indoor campaign last week in Düsseldorf, Germany, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 21-year-old clocked 7.24secs to finish fourth in women's 60m final at PSD Bank Meeting Düsseldorf IAAF World Indoor Athletics Tour Final.

Classy Ivory Coast sprint sensation Marie-Josée Ta Lou claimed victory in world leading 7.02 followed by Poland's newly crowned European champion Ewa Swoboda (7.10).

"It's absolutely incredible I'm really happy for Ta Lou," said Lansiquot. She absolutely dymanite so just to be a part of that is amazing so I'm super happy to run here.

"I wish I ran a bit quicker but the season hasn't gone to plan in that sense and what I can take out of it is really kind of building the phases for the 100m and 200m model outdoors. I'm really happy with the progressions I've made here in Dusseldorf."

And Lansiquot is aiming to qualify for this October's IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

"I was really chuffed to make my first senior team individually in Berlin last year so Doha of course is in my sights. I really hope to able to make to team the because British female sprinting is on fire right now."