Nesta Carter and Sherone Simpson are in Jamaica’s team for the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.
Track and field action will take place on July 29-31.
Moscow 2013 World Championships bronze medallist Carter, who helped Jamaica to four global 4x100m titles, including one Olympic, is down to contest the men’s 100m.
Simpson, Beijing 2008 Olympic 100m silver medallist, will add experience to the women’s 4x100m team. She helped Jamaica 4x100m teams to gold at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games and Beijing 2015 World Championships.
Daniel Atkinson-Grier (high jump), Isheka Binns (shot put, discus), Junelle Bromfield (4x400m), Simoya Campbell (800m), Rushell Clayton (400H), Fellan Ferguson (800m), Shashalee Forbes (200m), Gleneve Grange (shot put), Tissana Hickling (long jump), Derrian Hill (400m), Tiffany James (400m), Tovea Jenkins (4x400m), Alesha Kelly (4x400m), Jura Levy (100m, 4x100m), Shaince Love (discus), Natasha Morrison (4x100m), Kateema Riettie (javelin), Sherone Simpson (4x100m), Jonielle Smith (100m, 4x100m), Rhonda Whyte (400H), Jaenine Williams (100H), Jodean Williams (200m) and Nickiesha Wilson (100h).
Ramone Bailey (long jump), Devaughn Baker (4x400m), Basil Bingham (discus), Clayton Brown (high jump), Lafranz Campbell (110H), Nesta Carter (100m, 4x100m), Rasheed Dwyer (200m, 4x100m), Jermaine Gayle (4x400m), Steven Gayle (400m), Ivan Henry (4x400m), Javauney James (800m, 4×400), Phillip Lemonious (110H), Odaine Lewis (triple jump), Rusheen McDonald (400m), Eric McKenzie (800m), Ashina Miller (shot put), Caniggia Raynor (hammer), O’Dayne Richards (shot put), Kimmari Roach (4x100m), Shawn Rowe (400H), Jordan Scott (triple jump), Traves Smikle (discus), Orlando Thomas (javelin), Jahnoy Thompson (200m), Javoy Tucker (100m), Annsert Whyte (400H) and Romario Williams (4x100m)