Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Yohan Blake are captains for Jamaica’s team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Japan.
Jamaica management team, headed by manager Ludlow Watts and head coach Maurice Wilson, announced on Monday night (Japan time).
Blake and Fraser-Pryce are the two most experienced on the team. Fraser-Pryce is at her fourth Olympic Games, starting in Beijing 2008, while Blake will be competing in his third.
Fraser-Pryce, who was also the flag bearer for the second time in her career, won 100m titles at Beijing 2008 and London 2012. She was a bronze medal winner at the Rio 2016 Games.
Blake captured sprint double silver medals behind Usain Bolt in London 2012. He also won two Olympic Games 4x100m titles, including the world record run in 2012.
Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Blake and Usain Bolt combined for 36.84 in the London 2012 final.
Track and field at the Tokyo 2020 will start on Friday, 29 July (Jamaica time).
Fraser-Pryce, who is heavily favoured to win the women’s 100m, will be in action on the first day. She hopes to join American Flo Jo and Rio 2016 star Elaine Thompson-Herah as sprint double winners.