Tina Clayton, Brianna Lyston, Jaydon Hibbert and Bryan Levell headline Jamaica’s team for the World U20 Championships, set for Cali, Colombia – August 1-6.
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Tina Clayton, who won the 100m gold in Nairobi last year, is looking for another podium finish. She told reporters she is “just looking to be on the podium” and to “execute my race properly and do well, as expected.”
Jaydon Hibbert is eying an upgrade to his triple jump silver medal. “So a personal best and a win, just to make everybody supporting me proud,” Hibbert said will be his main aim.
Brianna Lyston, who got a medical exemption from the trials, will return to lead the charge in the women’s 200m. “I would say I am in a good enough shape from Champs. I plan to execute the race well, and once I do, the time will come.”
The team has settled down in Cali for Monday’s event start.
Tia Clayton Alt
Tia Clayton Alt
Oneika Brissett Alt
Alexis James Alt
Alliah Baker Alt
Mark-Anthony Daley Alt
David Lynch Alt
Shemar Palmer Alt
Demario Prince Alt
Jahmani Smith Alt
Altwayne Bedward Alt
4x400m Mix Relay
Alliah Baker Malachi Johnson
Oneika Brissett Derrick Grant
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