The Razorback Invitational in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is set to host several talented athletes from around the world this weekend. Among the competitors are several Jamaicans who are sure to make an impact in their respective events.
In the men’s 200m, Jaheel Hyde from Jamaica will be a runner to watch. He will be joined by Grant Williams, Quivell Jordan-Bacot, Ian Braxton from the United States, and Raymond Ekevwo from Nigeria.
In the women’s 60m hurdles, Jamaica will be represented by World U20 sprint 100m hurdles record holder Ackera Nugent from Arkansas, Daszay Freeman from Arkansas, and Gabrielle Matthews from Ole Miss. Phillip Lemonious from Arkansas will represent Jamaica in the men’s 60m hurdles.
In the women’s open 60m hurdles, Americans Lolo Jones, Tonea Marshall, Taliyah Brooks, Anna Hall, and Anna Cockrell will engage in a super clash.
In the men’s 400m, the Jamaicans will be represented by Demar Francis from Baylor, Sean Burrell from LSU, and JeVaughn Powell from Florida. This event promises to be a thrilling showdown between these runners and their American counterparts.
In the women’s race, Andrenette Knight from Jamaica will compete alongside Dalilah Muhammad and Gianna Woodruff from the United States.
In the women’s 200m, Kimisha Chambers from Jamaica will be joined by Anastasiya Bryzhina and Anna Ryzhykova from Ukraine.
Jeremy Farr from Arkansas will compete in the men’s 200-meter, and Carey Mcleod from Arkansas will line up in the men’s long jump.
The Razorback Invitational will be live-streamed, allowing fans to watch the competition from anywhere. So, fans won’t have to miss a single moment of the action and can catch all the top runners in their respective events.