Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Just In

The USA and Jamaica Championships Are Live!

(Sporting Alert) — The Jamaica and U.S. Track and Field Championships will slip into full gear Friday night with some interesting events.

Live Action Of The Jamaica Trials | Watch USA Trials LIVE

But the fan will be keeping their eyes in the short sprint events on both the men’s and women’s side.

At the National Stadium in Kingston, Asafa Powell, Steve Mullings, Yohan Blake, Michael Frater and Nesta Carter will lead the way over the men’s 100 metres, as the nation looks to see who will join Usain Bolt at the World Championships later this summer.

All five competitors looks good in their opening rounds on Thursday and are expected to make the finals, which will be contested tonight.

Veronica Campbell-Brown, Sherone Simpson, Kerron Stewart, Jura Levy and Schillonie Calvert will lead the way on the women’s side.

At the USA Championships, Tyson Gay will battle with a hungry field, which also includes Mike Rogers, Walter Dix, Jeff Demps and Rakieem Salaam.

On the women’s side, and Carmelita Jeter and Marshevet Myers are the early standouts.

By Gary Smith and Susan Beckford

Written By

Written/compiled/published by one of the World-Track and Field website staff members or editors from press releases or public submissions.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

EDITOR'S PICKS

Main News

Host country Jamaica won an incredible 97 medals, including 47 golds to top the Carifta Games 2022 medal standings here at the National Stadium...

Main News

Day One order of events, live results and schedule for the 2022 CARIFTA Games at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday, 16...

Main News

Order of events schedule and where to watch the 2022 Penn Relays. You can watch live streaming of Day 1 at the 2022 Penn...

Main News

Abby Steiner ran an impressive 22.05 and Christian Coleman clocked 19.92 to win 200m titles at the 2022 Kentucky Invitational on Friday (22). Follow...

Advertisement