Several Jamaicans are set to participate in Sunday’s (30 Jul) CAS Meeting International 2023, a World Athletics Continental Tour – Challenger event in Schifflange, Luxembourg.
Headlining the men’s 100m dash will be Jamaican athlete Kishane Thompson, who is the only participant in the field with a sub-10 seconds record. He will be competing against Australian sprinter Jake Penny, Adam Thomas from Great Britain, and Tommy Ramdhan, also representing the UK.
Tina Clayton Returns to Action in Women’s 100m – MVP Athletes Out in Full Force
In the women’s 100m, Tina Clayton will make her return to competition after being sidelined since the Jamaica Trials in early July. She will be joined by her twin sister Tia Clayton, along with their training partners at MVP – Tia Clayton, Krystal Sloley, Serena Cole, and Jonielle Smith. Additionally, former Jamaican champion Jura Levy will also be part of the field.
The men’s 400m event will feature participants Malik James-King, Wendell Miller, and Javon Francis.
The women’s 100m hurdles will witness Crystal Morrison and Amoi Brown taking on American athlete Talie Monds.
In the men’s discus, Chad Wright will face tough competition from Mathew Denny of Australia and Victor Hogan of South Africa.
The men’s high jump will see Christoff Bryan competing against Mpho Links of South Africa and Joel Clarke-Khan, both of whom have achieved 2.27m jumps.