National Trials 2022 Schedule: Thursday, June 23 – Day 1
2011 world 100m champion Yohan Blake is among the athletes expected to compete at the national trials on Thursday.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) National Junior and Senior Championships gets underway Thursday at the National Stadium in Kingston.

The four-day event will be used to select national teams for a number of international championships including the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon, next month, and the World Under-20 Championships in Cali, Colombia, in August.

There will be 15 events on Thursday, including six finals as well as the preliminaries of the mouth-watering senior women 100m and the male equivalent.

See full schedule below.

Thursday - Day 1

SENIOR Men 100m Qualifiers 4:30pm

JUNIOR Girls Javelin FINAL 4:32pm

JUNIOR Girls Triple Jump FINAL 4:34pm

SENIOR Women High Jump FINAL 4:36pm

SENIOR Women 400m Hurdles Prelims 5:08pm

JUNIOR Boys 400m Hurdles Prelims 5:25pm

SENIOR Men 400m Hurdles Prelims 5:35pm

JUNIOR Girls Discus FINAL 5:40pm

SENIOR Women Long Jump FINAL 5:41pm

JUNIOR Boys 800m Prelims 6:00pm

SENIOR Men 800m Prelims 6:15pm

SENIOR Men 5000m FINAL 6:30pm

JUNIOR Boys 100m Prelims 7:00pm

SENIOR Men 100m Prelims 7:25pm

SENIOR Women 100m Prelims 7:50pm


Elaine Thompson-Herah (Photo: AFP)

Elaine Thompson-Herah

Age: 29

Event: Women's 100m Prelims

Season best: 10.79

Last 5 results:

1st - 10.83

1st - 10.79

1st - 10.94

1st - 11.35

1st - 10.93

Lamara Distin

Lamara Distin

Age: 22

Event: Women's High Jump FINAL

Season best: 1.97m (PB)

Last 5 results:

1st - 1.95m

1st - 1.81m

1st - 1.95m

1st - 1.97m

1st - 1.93m

Jaheel Hyde

Jaheel Hyde

Age: 25

Event: Men's 400m Hurdles Prelims

Season best: 49.35 (PB)

Last results:

5th - 49.35

7th - 50.38

5th - 50.23

Bryan Levell

Bryan Levell

Age: 18

Event: Boys 100m Prelims

Season best: 10.25

Last 5 results:

1st - 10.25

1st - 10.52

1st - 10.73

2nd - 10.36

1st - 10.39

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