Christopher Taylor and Kevona Davis head Jamaica’s team, announced on Tuesday, for the Carifta Games. The 2018 Flow Carifta Games will be held in Nassau, Bahamas from March 30 to April 2.
Taylor won the Under-20 boys’ 400m title in 2017 while Davis, who moved up in class, was the Under-17 girls’ 100m champion.
American-based Briana Williams, who ran 11.13 for the world 15-age group record last week in Florida, returns with high hopes in the Under-17 girls’ 100m. She was second to Davis in 2017.
Twin brothers Gianni Henry and Giovanni Henry, are also in the 80-member team, which will have Machel Woolery as head coach and Coleen Montaque as Chef-de-Mission.
UNDER 17 BOYS
Devontie Archer, Romaine Beckford, Andre Bent, J’Vaughn Blake, Luke Brown, Zidane Brown, Zachary Dillon, Jahvel Granville, Gianni Henry, Giovanni Henry, Malachi Johnson, Rajay Morris, Ralford Mullings, Rahiem Scott, Terique Stennett, Jordan Turner and Vashaun Vascianna.
UNDER 17 GIRLS
Tia Clayton, Serena Cole, Cherice Cope, Daniella Deer, Rushana Dwyer, Cheyanne Fearon, Shantae Foreman, Theresa Graham, Onieka MacAnuff, Crystal Morrison, Ackera Nugent, Ackelia Smith, Sashieka Steele, Calisha Taylor, Garriel White, Briana Williams and Velecia Williams.
UNDER 20 BOYS
Orlando Bennett, Michael Bentley, Zico Campbell, Anthony Carpenter, Kai Chang, Kimar Farquharson, Malik James-King, Courtney Lawrence, Rivaldo Marshall, Deshawn Morris, Xavier Nairne, Wayne Pinnock, Tarees Rhoden, Ryiem Robertson, Brighton Senior, Roje Stona, Javon-Taye Williams, Christopher Taylor, Kevroy Venson, Antonio Watson, Rovane Williams and Safin Wills.
UNDER 20 GIRLS
Annia Ashley, Amoi Brown, Lotavia Brown, Kevona Davis, Lamara Distin, Leone Farquharson, Shaqueena Foote, Marie Forbes, Dazray Freeman, Kara Grant, Kayan Green, Monifa Green, Michae Harriott, Aiko Jones, Janielle Josephs, Chrissani May, Ockera Myrie, Shiann Salmon, Sanique Walker and Charokee Young