By Vijay, Trackalerts.com writer
Two senior athletes, Kerron Stewart and Ristananna Tracey, are out of Racers Track Club.
According to information reaching Trackalerts.com, both athletes will have to prepare elsewhere for the upcoming season.
Stewart, who was tied with Sherone Simpson for silver in the 100m at the 2008 Olympic Games, had lost form in the last three seasons.
She joined Racers in 2013 with the hope to regain her form, but that did not happen.
Tracey, in the meantime, represented Jamaica at two World Championships between 2011 and this year.
She too has not been at her best for the past two seasons.
Also, Schillonie Calvert is also moving on. Calvert its likely will be joining Asafa Powell's group under the guidance of Donovan Powell.
A few others also had their agreements with the club cut, having according to our sources, been given several chances to perform.
Jermaine Gayle, Demar Murray, Assain Hall and Shavon Barnes are four of those talents.
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