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Dwight Thomas sets sights on Jamaica's hurdles crown

When the names of athletes are released this week for the men’s 100 metres at the National Championships, the list will not include a familar entrant.

Former Calabar High sprinter, Dwight ‘Bigga’ Thomas, who has represented the country at the senior level since 1999, will not be contesting that event or the 200m as he has switched to the110m hurdles only.

"Over the years, I have been pressured by notable track and field people to concentrate on the 110 hurdles as they think I am one of the most talented persons in this event in the world, but I did not listen as I saw the 100 metres as a glamour event and here also you have two chances as you are allowed to compete in the relay if you finish in the top four at the trials."…..READ  MORE

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