Bermuda Grand Prix - Elaine Thompson-Herah Targets 10.4s, Predicts Fireworks for Paris 2024 With Fit Jamaican Team
Elaine Thompson-Herah Targets 10.4s, Predicts Fireworks for Paris 2024 With Fit Jamaican Team

Olympic Games sprint double champion Elaine Thompson-Herah is not on the startlist for Sunday’s (28) USATF Bermuda Grand Prix. Just this week, fans in Bermuda expressed their anticipation of the arrival of one of the world’s top sprinters, but she will not grace the track at the Flora Duffy Stadium.

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Yackeisha Weir, president of the Jamaican Association of Bermuda (JAB), shared her excitement with Bernews, noting that over a hundred local Jamaicans are expected to turn out in full force to cheer on Thompson-Herah. “The anticipation is high this year, especially as we have the fastest woman alive competing,” Ms. Weir told Bernews. “With the Olympic Games taking place this summer, Bermuda has a chance to see a preview of Paris. It’s an honor to have Elaine on the island,” she added, as reported by Bernews.

Thompson-Herah, a star sprinter who achieved the rare feat of winning the sprint double at consecutive Olympic Games — first in Rio in 2016 and then in Tokyo in 2021 — is not competing.

The 31-year-old athlete also clinched gold in the 4×100 relay in Tokyo, joining the elite ranks of Usain Bolt and Florence Griffith-Joyner as one of the few to complete an Olympic triple clean sweep of sprint medals.

She is yet to open her 2024 season in a very important year, which will see her chasing three straight sprint double titles in Paris 2024.

Meanwhile, Noah Lyles, Kirani James, along with rising stars Jaydon Hibbert, Alana Reid and Tamari Davis are some of the big names down to compete.


Women’s 100m

  • Sedrickia Wynn (USA)
  • Javianne Oliver (USA)
  • Kemba Nelson (JAM)
  • Alana Reid (JAM)
  • Tamari Davis (USA)
  • Kortnei Johnson (USA)
  • Lauren Rain James (USA)

Women’s 200m

  • Natassha McDonald (CAN)
  • Lauren Rain James (USA)
  • Kortnei Johnson (USA)
  • Tamari Davis (USA)
  • Abby Steiner (USA)
  • Kynnedi Flannel (USA)
  • Ashanti Moore (JAM)

Women’s 400m

  • Paola Moran (MEX)
  • Junelle Bromfield (JAM)
  • Courtney Okolo (USA)
  • Stacey-Ann Williams (JAM)
  • Gabby Scott (PUR)
  • Rushell Clayton (JAM)
  • Jessika Gbai (CIV)

Women’s 800m

  • Aziza Ayoub (PUR)
  • Presley Weems (USA)
  • Kendra Coleman (USA)
  • Brenna Detra (USA)
  • Hannah Segrave (GBR)
  • Addy Townsend (USA)
  • Sadi Henderson (USA)

Women’s 100m Hurdles

  • Evonne Britton (GHA)
  • Ebony Morrison (LBR)
  • Crystal Morrison (JAM)
  • Amber Hughes (USA)
  • Paola Vazquez (PUR)
  • Yanique Thompson (JAM)
  • Anne Zagre (BEL)

Women’s 400m Hurdles

  • Shannon Meisberger (USA)
  • Yanique Haye-Smith (TKS)
  • Aminat Jamal (BRN)
  • Shiann Salmon (JAM)
  • Cassandra Tate (USA)
  • Nnenya Hailey (USA)
  • Sanique Walker (JAM)

Women’s Long Jump

  • Alysabeth Felix (PUR)
  • Rougui Sow (FRA)
  • Chanice Porter (JAM)
  • Tiffany Flynn (USA)
  • Tissanna Hickling (JAM)
  • Jasmine Moore (USA)
  • Monae’ Nichols (USA)


Men’s 100m

  • JT Smith (USA)
  • Aaron Brown (CAN)
  • Kadrian Goldson (JAM)
  • Pjai Austin (USA)
  • Noah Lyles (USA)
  • Kendal Williams (USA)
  • Cejhae Greene (ANT)
  • Josephus Lyles (USA)

Men’s 200m

  • Nadale Buntin (SKN)
  • Micaiah Harris (USA)
  • Elijah Morrow (USA)
  • Udodi Onwuzurike (NGR)
  • Jereem Richards (TTO)
  • Matthew Boling (USA)
  • David Dunlap (USA)

Men’s 400m

  • Asa Guevara (TTO)
  • Demish Gaye (JAM)
  • Elija Godwin (USA)
  • Kirani James (GRN)
  • Alonzo Russell (BAH)
  • Daeqwan Butler (USA)
  • Jaheel Hyde (JAM)

Men’s 1500m

  • Luca Chatham (USA)
  • Max Davies (CAN)
  • Rob Heppenstall (CAN)
  • Mark Shannon (USA)
  • Dage Minors (BER)
  • Derek Gross (USA)
  • Jaxson Hoey (USA)
  • Victor Palumbo (USA)
  • Brian Keller (USA)
  • Marc Carrera (USA)

Men’s 110m Hurdles

  • Myles Hunter (USA)
  • Rafael Pereira (BRA)
  • Louis Rollins (USA)
  • Joshua Zeller (GBR)
  • Damion Thomas (JAM)
  • Max Hairston (USA)

Men’s Triple Jump

  • Kaiwan Culmer (BAH)
  • Chris Benard (USA)
  • Jah-Nhai Perinchief (BER)
  • Jordan Scott (JAM)
  • Donald Scott (USA)
  • Jaydon Hibbert (JAM)

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