'Who even is this guy?!?!?': Team GB sprinter Adam Gemili in accreditation mix-up
Britain's world junior 100metre champion Adam Gemili has an identity crisis on his hands.
The 18-year-old, who has emerged as Britain's fastest man on the track this season, posting a time of 10.05 seconds in Spain earlier this season, last night posted a picture of his accreditation for the Games on Twitter - and the picture on his card was not of the former Chelsea youth player.
He wrote: "My Olympic accreditation to get into the games, who even is this guy?!?!?"
Former Olympic 400 metres bronze medallist Katharine Merry replied to Gemili, saying: "Oh dear!Doesn't even look like u!"
Despite the mix-up, there's no doubt Gemili will be allowed access to the Olympic Stadium where he will begin his 100metre heats on Saturday morning.
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