JAAA names World Champs team

Monday, July 29, 2013

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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica — The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) Monday afternoon released a list of 45 athletes that will represent Jamaica at the 14th IAAF World Championships to be held in Moscow, Russia, August 10-18.

Usain Bolt, the 200m defending champion and Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce will headline the team that is expected to arrive in Russia on Thursday for the start of a training camp.

Usain Bolt, Kemar Bailey-Cole, Nickel Ashmeade, Nesta Carter, Warren Weir, Jason Livermore, Javere Bell, Javon Francis, Rushane McDonald, Hansle Parchment, Andrew Riley, Dwight Thomas, Leford Green, Annsert Whyte, Isa Phillips, Damar Forbes,  O’Dayne Richards, Raymond Brown,  Oshane Bailey.
4x400m relay — Bell, Francis, McDonald, Akheem Gauntlett, Omar Johnson, Edinho Steele

Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Kerron Stewart, Schillonie Calvert, Sherri-Ann Brooks, Anniesha McLaughlin, Novlene Williams-Mills, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Patricia Hall, Natoya Goule, Danielle Williams, Andrea Bliss, Shermaine Williams, Kaliese Spencer, Ristananna Tracey, Danielle Dowie, Nickesha Wilson, Francine Simpson, Kimberly Williams, Carrie Russell, Natasha Morrison, Anastasia Leroy, Christine Day, Rosemarie Whyte.

Team leader — Trevor ‘TC’ Campbell
Assistant Manager — Deon Hemmings-McCatty
Assistant manager — Dave Myrie
Technical Leader — Maurice Wilson
Head Coach — Michael Clarke
Coaches — Fitz Coleman, Lennox Graham, Jermaine Shand and Maurice Westney
Doctor — Derrick McDowell
Physiotherapist — Mathew Parchment
Masseurs — Everold Edwards, Damion Rowe, Collin Turner, Gavin James and Dwayne Davis
Team Press Liaison — Dennis Gordon

— Paul Reid




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