Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games champion Nesta Carter has been named to Jamaica’s NACAC Championships team as a 100m reserve.
Carter, the Moscow 2013 World Championships 100m bronze medallist, is also listed for the men’s 4x100m.
Tyquendo Tracey, who is listed as a reserve for the 200m, and Kenroy Anderson are named to contest the men’s 100m.
McPherson, Day set for 400m
Anastasia Le-Roy is listed as a reserve for the women’s 400m. Stephenie-Ann McPherson and Christine Day, according to the JAAA release, are the two down for the women’s 400m.
In the men’s 400m, Rusheen McDonald is the reserve for Demish Gaye and Fitzroy Dunkley.
Full Jamaica team:
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (100m), Jonielle Smith (100m, 4x100m), Jura Levy (4x100m), Natasha Morrison (4x100m), Shericka Jackson (200m), Jodean Williams (200m), Stephanie-Ann McPherson (400m), Christine Day (400), Anastasia Le-Roy (400m reserve), Tiffany James (4x400m), Derrin Hill (4x400m), Natoya Goule (800m), Simoya Campbell (800m), Danielle Williams (100mH), Yanique Thompson (100mH), Janieve Russell (400mH), Leah Nugent (400mH), Tisanna Hickling (long jump), Shanieka Ricketts (triple jump).
Tyquendo Tracey (100m, 200m reserve, 4x100m), Kenroy Anderson (100m, 4x100m), Nesta Carter (100m reserve, 4x100m), Javoy Tucker (4x100m), Jahnoy Thompson (200m, 4x100m), Nigel Ellis (200m, 4x100m), Demish Gaye (400m, 4x400m), Fitzroy Dunkley (400m, 4x400m), Rusheen McDonald (400m reserve, 4x400m), Steven Gayle (4x400m), Ivan Henry (4x400m), Kemoy Campbell (5000m), Hansle Parchment (110mH), Annsert Whyte (400mH), Shawn Rowe (400mH), Clayton Brown (high jump), Ramone Bailey (long jump), Tajay Gayle (long jump), Jordan Scott (triple jump), O’dayne Richards (shot put), Ashinia Miller (shot put), Fedrick Dacres (discus), Traves Smikle (discus), Caniggia Raynor (hammer).
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