Colin Jackson, the 100 metres hurdles world champion and record holder, will share his secrets with Hong Kong's young athletes at a coaching clinic at the Sports Institute on Thursday. Jackson, who established a world record time of 12.91 seconds in 1993, will visit Hong Kong this week for a promotional launch by watchmaker TAG Heuer. The Briton will take time off from a busy schedule to run a 40-minute coaching clinic at the Sha Tin Institute which will be attended by the SAR's leading scholarship athletes. The 32-year-old star is expected to meet senior management of the Sports Development Board and that will be followed by the clinic. The Institute's head athletics coach, Tian Haijiang, will be present along with many of Hong Kong's up-and-coming stars. 'It will be a good opportunity for Hong Kong's athletes to learn something from this world famous athlete,' SDB spokesman Chan Kin-wa said yesterday. Jackson established the 110 metres hurdles record six years ago at a meeting in Stuttgart and it has stood the test of time.