Dwayne Jarrett is back coaching at the high school level in Jamaica.

Jarrett, who previously worked as a coach with United Arab Emirates Athletic Federation, is now at Manchester High.

According to information, reaching Trackalerts.com, Jarrett was called upon to fill the gap created by suspended coaches Rahnsomn Edwards and Carlos Samuels.

He reunited with head coach Jerry Holness, who brought him to work in United Arab Emirates in 2010.

Jarrett, who has an IAAF sprint and hurdle level 5 diploma, is working with those athletes at Manchester High. He is also the holder of a certificate in Health and Physical Education/Fitness from G.C.Foster College of physical Education and Sports.

Jarrett, who won Champs with Vere, also coached at William Knibb. He is a graduate of Arkansas State University with a bachelor's of Science degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science.
 

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