Asafa Powell and Elaine Thompson Herah are among 39 athletes set to represent Jamaica at the World Relays in Poland next month.

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) selected 20 females and 19 males for the May 1 to 2 event in Chorzow.

4x100M Women
Natasha Morrison, Natalliah Whyte, Ramona Burchell, Elaine Thompson Herah, Kashieka Cameron and Shashalee Forbes

4x200M Female
Elaine Thompson Herah, Shashalee Forbes, Natalliah Whyte, Candice McLeod, Tiffany James and Anastasia Leroy

4x400M Female
Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Shericka Jackson, Shiann Salmon, Janieve Russell, Rhonda Whyte, Tovea Jenkins, Roneisha McGregor and Christine Day

Shuttle Hurdles
Rasheed Broadbelt, Ronald Levy, Deuce Carter, Janeek Brown, Megan Tapper and Jeanine Williams

4x100M Men
Oshane Bailey, Nesta Carter, Julian Forte, Nigel Ellis, Romario Willams, Asafa Powell and Kadrian Goldson

4x200M Men
Nigel Ellis, Romario Williams, Kadrian Goldson and Michael Bentley

Zadrian Barnes, Troy Whyte, Javon Francis, Terry Thomas, Keeno Burrell, Jamoi Jackson, Demar Murray and Nathon Allen

Manager- Marvin Anderson
Assistant Manager- Craig Richards
Team Doctor- Dr Anthony Cox
Technical Leader- Paul Francis
Coach- Jerry Holness
Coach- Bertland Cameron
Coach- Lamar Richards

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  1. Well from Seville drop out, the 4×100 doubtful to even make the final. I wonder the JAAA has been keeping tabs on Cristopher Taylor. Is he injured? The 4x100m ladies might be in with a chance for a minor medal. The strongest team is the 4×400 women and maybe the shuttle relay mixed can do something though not the strongest team that could be assembled. They did say they picked from who made themselves available.


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