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Maurice Greene, Tonique Williams-Darling special guests at Jamaican meet

and world champions Maurice Greene of the United States and Tonique Williams-Darling of The Bahamas will be special guests at the sixth staging of the Douglas Forrest Invitational Meet set to take place next week Saturday inside the National Stadium.

Chairman of the meet, Brian Smith made the announcement yesterday morning at a press conference at the Alhambra Inn, Tucker Avenue.

Greene — who won the 100m at three consecutive World Championships (1997, 1999, 2001) and was the Olympic Games 100m champion at Sydney in 2000 — is expected in the island next Wednesday, while Williams-Darling — the 2004 Olympic 400m champion in Athens and the 2005 400m world champion in Helsinki — will arrive next week Thursday….Read More

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