Donald Quarrie, the man responsible with securing athletes for the Jamaica International Invitational, spoke to Trackalerts.com at the launch of the meet on Wednesday evening in Kingston.

Jamaica International Invitational IWC Meet
preliminary  Confirmations as of may 10, 2017

WOMEN
English Gardner 200m USA-Rio gold in 4x100m relay.
Morolake Akinosun 100m USA-Rio gold in 4x100m relay.
Michelle-Lee Ahye 100m T&T-Rio Finalist
Shericka Jackson  JAM
Novlene Williams-Mills  JAM
Stephanie-Ann McPherson  JAM
Francena McCorory  400m USA-Rio gold in 4x400m relay.
Phyllis Francis 400m  USA-Rio gold in 4x400m relay.
Charlene Lipsey 800m  USA
Natoya Goule  800m  JAM
Danielle Williams 100mH  JAM Beijing Gold in 2015
Kendra Harrison 100mH USA – World Record Holder.
Nia Ali  100mH  USA – Rio  Silver
Kristi Castlin 100mH USA – Rio Bronze
Shanieka Thomas-Ricketts JAM  Triple Jump
Lavern Spencer  High Jump – St. Lucia-Rio Finalist.
Alyxandria Treasure  High Jump- CAN-Rio Finalist.

MEN
Mike Rodgers  100m USA
Kemar Bailey-Cole 100m  JAM
Alonso Edwards  200m  PAN-Rio Finalist
Nickel Ashmeade  200m  JAM
Zharnel Hughes  200m  GBR
Rasheed Dwyer 200m. JAM
LaShawn Merritt 200m  USA – Rio Gold in 4x400m Relay, Bronze in 400m, finalist in 200m.
Tony McQuay 400m  USA
Javon Francis 400m  JAM
Bralon Taplin 400m GRN-Rio Finalist
Kevin Borlée 400m  BEL
Rusheen McDonald  400m  JAM
Kemoy Campbell  3000m  JAM
Devon Allen 110mH USA- Rio Finalist
Andrew Riley 110mH  JAM
Ronnie Ash 110mH USA  Rio Finalist
Deuce Carter 110mH  JAM
Roxroy Cato 400mH  JAM
Javier Culson 400mH PUR. Rio Finalist.
Bershawn Jackson 400mH USA
Jaheel Hyde 400mH  JAM
Mason Findlay  Discus  USA-Rio Finalist
Fedrick Dacres  Discus JAM
Sam Kendricks  Pole Vault  USA-Rio Bronze

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Is a two-time Jamaica sports journalist of the year (2004 and 2005) and world-renowned journalist. One of his award-winning articles was on Usain Bolt, 6-time Olympic champion, 11-time World champion and sprint double record holder, was published in the Jamaica Gleaner in 2004. Anthony has covered Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016; Six (6) IAAF World Athletics Championships between 2007 and 2019 and several other international sporting events, including the 2007 World Cup of cricket and his favourite football team, Argentina vs the USA in 2004.

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