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Jamaica's line-ups for tonight's World Relay events

Published:Saturday | May 2, 2015 | 12:00 AMAndre Lowe, Special Projects Editor - Sports

NASSAU, Bahamas:

Schoolboy Nathon Allen will make his senior international debut running the third leg in Jamaica's men's 4x400m heats during today's opening day of the IAAF World Relays at the Thomas A Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas.

The team, which comprises Javere Bell, Rusheen McDonald and Javon Francis on anchor, will run out of lane two in heat one, which gets underway at 6:12 pm Jamaica time.

The first final involving a Jamaican team will be the women's 4x200m, (8:40pm Jamaica time), which will be contested as a straight final with the Jamaican team of Shericka Williams, Sherone Simpson, Samantha Henry-Robinson and Veronica Campbell-Brown drawn in lane three.

Christine Day will pass to Novlene Williams-Mills, with Anastasia Le-Roy picking up the third leg and Stephanie McPherson on anchor in heat one of the women's 4x400m, which gets going at 7:42 p.m.

As reported earlier, Usain Bolt will anchor Jamaica's team of Nesta Carter, Kemar Bailey-Cole and Nickel Ashmeade in the men's 4x100m heat, which faces the starter at 6:40 p.m with the Jamaicans running out of lane eight.

See the Jamaican teams for tonight's events.

Men's 4x400m Heats:
Javere Bell
Rusheen McDonald
Nathon Allen
Javon Francis

Men's 4x100m Heats:
Nesta Carter
Kemar Bailey - Cole
Nickel Ashmeade
Usain Bolt

Women's 4x400m Heats
Christine Day
Novlene Williams - Mills
Anastasia Le-Roy
Stephenie-Ann McPherson

Women's 4x200m
Shericka Williams
Sherone Simpson
Samantha Henry-Robinson
Veronica Campbell-Brown