Bolt sprints from UK tax authorities

Adrian Holliday

The world's fastest man will not compete on UK soil again until the British Government taxes him less. Usain Bolt - he earned around £12.7m last year - could see his £12.5m Puma sponsorship deal taxed at the 50% higher tax rate were he to compete in Britain in future.

Is the Jamaican - he avoided running in the UK for three years until the Olympics - right to challenge HMRC?