Miramar Invitational - Shericka Jackson explains the reason for the muted celebration in Budapest 23
Shericka Jackson

Shericka Jackson, the world 200m champion and 100m silver medalist, has announced her withdrawal from the highly anticipated Miramar Invitational in Florida, USA, set for Saturday, April 6.

Jackson did not disclose the reason for her withdrawal, but in a heartfelt message shared on her Facebook page, she expressed her resilience with “Never Quit” followed by one hundred and three heart emojis, underscoring her determination in the face of challenges.

Track Star Shericka Jackson Not Competing at Miramar Invitational, Promises Updates on Season Opener

She communicated to her fans, “Unfortunately, Shericka won’t be competing at the Miramar Invitational this Saturday. Will definitely keep y’all updated whenever the season opener is scheduled,” promising to keep her supporters in the loop regarding her return to the track.

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Jackson was set to compete in her preferred event, the 200m, where she would have faced formidable opponents including her Bahamian training partner Anthonique Strachan, and Barbadian two-time World 400m bronze medalist Sada Williams. Jamaicans Natalliah Whyte and Kynnedy Flannel were also listed to participate in the event, making it a highly anticipated race among track and field enthusiasts.

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