Olympic Games gold medallists, Elaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, are in Jamaica’s team for the NACAC Championships.
Thompson is the Rio 2016 Olympic Games sprint double champion while Fraser-Pryce won back-to-back titles in Beijing 2008 and London 2012.
Fedrick Dacres, the world discus leader, and London 2012 Olympic Games 110m hurdles bronze medallist Hansle Parchment, are also in the team for the August 10-12 Championships in Toronto.
Nearly 600 athletes from 28 countries will be at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium for the 2018 NACAC Championships – Toronto 2018: Track & Field in the 6ix.
Witness some of the biggest names in track and field, including six Olympic champions,10 World Champions, 30 World Championship or Olympic Games medallists and one current World record holder.
World 400m champion Phyllis Francis and Kendra Harrison, the world 100mH record holder, are named in The USA team.
Over $200,000 in prize money will be on the line.
Jamaica team: Elaine Thompson (100m), Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (100m), Shericka Jackson (200m), Shashalee Forbes (200m), Stephanie-Ann McPherson (400m), Christine Day (400), Natoya Goule (800m), Simoya Campbell (800m), Danielle Williams (100mH), Yanique Thompson (100mH), Janieve Russell (400mH), Leah Nugent (400mH), Tisanna Hickling (long jump), Shanieka Ricketts (triple jump), Lloydiricia Cameron (shot put), Shadae Lawrence (discus), Kateema Riettie (javelin)
Tyquendo Tracey (100m), Kenroy Anderson (100m), Jahnoy Thompson (200m), Nigel Ellis (200m), Demish Gaye (400m), Fitzroy Dunkley (400m), Kemoy Campbell (5000m), Ronald Levy (110mH), Hansle Parchment (110mH), Annsert Whyte (400mH), Shawn Rowe (400mH), Ramone Bailey (long jump), Tajay Gayle (long jump), Jordan Scott (triple jump), Clayton Brown (high jump), Cameron Walker-Shepherd (pole vault), O’dayne Richards (shot put), Ashinia Miller (shot put), Fedrick Dacres (discus), Caniggia Raynor (hammer).
Jamaica will also take part in the relays, men’s 4x100m, women’s 4x100m, men’s 4x400m and women’s 4x400m.