World champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce returns to action locally. On Saturday, 5 June, Fraser-Pryce will run the 100m at the final leg of the JAAA/JOA Destiny Series at the National Stadium.
In her last two outings, Fraser-Pryce finished fourth at the Gateshead Diamond League and, days later, won the Doha Diamond League in 10.84.
Shashalee Forbes, Natasha Morrison, who ran 10.89 this season, Remona Burchell, and Kashieka Cameron are the leading contenders.
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In the men’s 100m, Julian Forte, Oblique Seville, Andrew Fisher, and Rasheed Dwyer are listed for heat 1 of 14.
Kemar Bailey-Cole, Dexter Lee and Bouwahjgie Nkrunie are also down for the men’s 100.
Shericka Jackson, Jodean Williams, Anthonique Strachan, Forbes and Samantha Curtis will run the women’s 200m.
Antonio Watson, Brendon Rodney, Dwyer, Lee, Jaheel Murphy are down for the men’s 200m.
Melaine Walker and Yanique Thompson will start in the women’s 100m hurdles.
World champion Tajay Gayle is in the men’s long jump.
Janieve Russell and Ristananna Bailey-Cole are in the women’s 400m hurdles.