Coventry athlete Glynn
Tromans will represent his country at the world championships
next month after a storming perfomance at Saturdayís trials.
Tromans, aged 31, won
the menís 12km event at Nottingham in 38.11 minutes to secure
selection for the team.
Suffering a cold, he had
to brave soggy conditions on his first competitive outing since
running in Margate in November.
The Coventry Godiva
Harrier has had a series of health problems, including two
pioneering operations on his heart to regulate his heartbeat.
He won comfortably in
the race by 11 seconds.
Tromans will be joined
in the Great Britain and Northern Ireland squad by Dominic
Bannister, Keith Cullen, and Karl Keska.
The championships will
be held in Dublin on 24 and 25 March.