World U20 champions Briana Williams and Kai Chang head the list of athletes to represent Jamaica at the 2019 Pan Am Junior Championships. The city of San Jose in Costa Rica will host the event from July 18–21, 2019.
Williams, who won the sprint double at the World U20 Championships in Finland last year, is the overwhelming favourites for gold in San Jose. She ran 10.94 at the Jamaica Trials a week ago.
Chang won the discus at the World U20 Championships in Finland last year.
Akeem Cargill, Kai Chang, Anthony Cox, Apalos Edwards, Michali Everett, Jeremy Farr, Cobe Graham, Shaquille Lowe, Bovel McPherson, Xavier Nairne, Wayne Pinnock, Romel Plummer, Tyrese Reid, Raymond Richards, Oblique Seville, Michael Stephens, Kevon Stone, Tyrice Taylor, Michael Thompson, Evaldo Whitehorne, Rovane Williams and Terrol Wilson
Adrienne Adams, Anna-Kay Allen, Shakiera Bowra, Lotavia Brown, Janique Burgher, Daniella Deer, Lamara Distin, Shaqueena Foote, Shantae Foreman, Kavia Francis, Lashanna Graham, Brandy Hall, Michae Harriott, Crystal Morrison, Kemba Nelson, Ackera Nugent, Rhianna Phipps and Briana Williams