Several big names will be in action for the second week running. Again, you can Watch the JOA/JAAA Destiny Series Live Stream with them on Saturday (29 May) from the National Stadium in Kingston.
How to Watch JOA/JAAA Destiny Series Live Stream is on TVJSN or 1Spotmedia. Also, please see the startlist and schedule below.
Live Results of the JOA/JAAA Destiny Series is available here
The women’s 100m will have Shericka Jackson, former Jamaica champion Jura Levy, Remona Burchell and Kashieka Cameron.
World long jump champion Tajay Gayle will join Oshane Bailey, Nigel Ellis, Tyquando Tracey, Miguel Francis, Rasheed Dwyer and Dexter Lee for the men’s 100m.
Natasha Morrison, Anthonique Strachan, Jackson, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Tiffany James-Rose and Jodean Williams will be in the women’s 200m.
Francis, Tracey, Delano Williams, Antonio Watson, Dwyer, Jevaughn Minzie, Kemar Bailey-Cole have entered for the men’s 200m.
Janieve Russell, Rushell Clayton, and Ristananna Bailey-Cole will battle in the 400m hurdles. Jaheel Hyde is in the men’s 400mh
Junelle Bromfield, Tonea Jenkins, Christine Day, Roneisha McGregor, Ashley Williams, Anastasia Le-Roy, and Samantha Curtis are in the women’s 400m big names.
Akani Slater, Demise Gaye, last week’s only sub-46 man, and Rusheen McDonald will face-off in the men’s one lap.
Doha 2019 medallist Fedrick Dacres, Traves Smikle and Kai Chang are the top men in the discus.