Elain Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were both named in Jamaica’s Pan Am Games team.
Thompson, the reigning Olympic Games sprint double champion, and Fraser-Pryce, who won back to back Olympic 100m titles in 2008 and 2012, will lead Jamaica’s sprint attack.
Fedrick Dacres, who is the world discus leader with 70.78m, heads the men’s team of 27 athletes.
The Pan Am Games will be held in Lima, Peru from August 06 – 11, 2019.
Oshane Bailey, Devaughn Baker, Orlando Bennett, Akeem Bloomfield, Fedrick Dacres, Rasheed Dwyer, Andre Ewers, Javon Francis, Julian Forte, Demish Gaye, Tajay Gayle, Senoj-Jay Givans, Jaheel Hyde, Ronald Levy, Romel Lewis, Rusheen McDonald, Ashinia Miller, Jevaughn Minzie, Kemar Mowatt, Clive Pullen, O’Dayne Richards, Adrian Riley, Andrew Riley, Jordan Scott, Traves Smikle, Shawn-D Thompson and Terry Thomas
Janeek Brown, Schillonie Calvert-Powell, Lloydricka Cameron, Rushell Clayton, Nakoya Clunis, Christine Day, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Jazmine Fray, Natoya Goule, Sashane Hanson, Tissana Hickling, Shericka Jackson, Tiffany James, Shadae Lawrence, Shardia Lawrence, Anastasia Le-Roy, Shanice Love, Roneisha McGregor, Stephenie Ann McPherson, Natasha Morrison, Chanice Porter, Ashia Praught-Leer, Shanieka Ricketts, Jonielle Smith, Megan Tapper, Danniel Thomas-Dodd, Elaine Thompson, Yanique Thompson, Natalliah Whyte, Rhonda Whyte, Briana Williams, Kimberly Williams and Kimberley Williamson