Former World 100m record holder Asafa Powell, Danielle Williams and Elaine Thompson head Jamaica’s team to the IAAF World Indoor Championships.
The Championships to be held in Portland in Oregon, USA from March 17 to 20 will see world 60m leader Asafa Powell with 6.49 leading the 11-member male team.
On the female side, World 100m hurdles champion Danielle Williams and Elaine Thompson, the World Championships 200m silver medallist, head the list of 13 women.
MALE: Asafa Powell, Kevaughn Rattray, Odean Skeen, Ricardo Chambers, Fitzroy Dunkley, Kemoy Campbell, Omar McLeod, Nathon Allen, Dane Hyatt, Demar Murray and Demish Gaye.
FEMALE: Simone Facey, Elaine Thompson, Chrisann Gordon, Patricia Hall, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Natoya Goule, Samantha Scarlett, Danielle Williams, Shanieka Thomas, Salcia Slack, Anneisha McLaughlin, Verone Chambers and Ronda Whyte.
Fitzt Coleman is the team’s technical leader and will be assisted by coaches Maurice Westney and Mark Elliott.
Trevor Campbell will travel as team manager with Marvin Anderson and Merlene Hamilton his assistants.
Also traveling with the team are doctor Jason Strachan, masseur Alvin Green and masseuse Morine Dawson
The team departs on March 16 and returns March 21, 2016.