The St. Kitts and Nevis Amateur Athletic Association (SKNAAA) selected a team of seven (7) athletes to represent the federation at the 2015 World Relay Championships. The National Representative Team would be led by veteran Head Coach Lonzo Wilkinson and accompanied by Masseuse Therapist Allister James.
Team St. Kitts and Nevis comprises the following athletes: Antoine Adams, Jason Rogers, Brijesh Lawrence, Allistar Clarke, Lestrod Huggins, Hakeem Huggins and Warren Hazel
Sprint icon and World Masters Record Holder in the 100m and 60m, Kim Collins was also invited to be part of the National Representative Team, however he indicated in writing that he had a prior engagement. Collins thanked the SKNAAA Executive for considering him for selection.
At the inaugural World Relay Championships in 2014, team SKN secured the silver medal and a new national record in the Men’s 4X200m.
Head Coach Wilkinson indicated that he is confident Team St. Kitts and Nevis will do very well as his expectations is for the men to improve on their 2014 4x100m performance and attain a qualifying mark for the World Athletics Championships in Beijing, China – August 2015.
The 2015 World Relay Championships will be held in Nassau, Bahamas for the 2nd consecutive year, May 2nd – 3rd 2015.