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Jamaican Athletes Set to Shine at New York Grand Prix (2024)

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Jamaican Athletes Set to Shine at New York Grand Prix
The New York Grand Prix is just around the corner, and Jamaica is ready to make its mark! On day 2 of the prestigious event, a talented team of 16 Jamaican athletes will take to the track and field, determined to make their country proud.
Sprinting Superstars
Leading the charge is the incomparable Elaine Thompson-Herah, a 5-time Olympic champion, who will be competing in the 100m dash. Joining her in the highly anticipated event is Kadrian Goldson and Sandrey Davidson, both looking to make a name for themselves on the global stage.
Hurdling Heroes
In the women's 100m hurdles, World Champion Danielle Williams will be facing off against fellow Jamaican Yanique Thompson, promising an electrifying contest. Meanwhile, Commonwealth Games champion Rasheed Broadbell will take on the men's 100m hurdles, alongside Tyler Mason, who's hungry for victory.
Field Events
In the field events, World Championship medalist Carey McLeod will be soaring through the air in the long jump, while Jordan Scott will be aiming for gold in the triple jump. Kimberly Williams will be leaping for glory in the high jump, and Tissanna Hickling will be stretching for success in the long jump.
More Jamaican Talent
The women's 400m will feature Stacyann Williams and Junelle Bromfield, both seasoned athletes looking to make their mark. Zandrion Barnes will be competing in the men's 400m, while Ashanti Moore and Jodean Williams will be vying for victory in the women's 200m.
With such an impressive lineup, Jamaica is sure to make a big impact at the New York Grand Prix. Let's cheer on our athletes as they take on the world's best!

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