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JAAA names 60-member Pan Am Games squad

Published:Friday | June 28, 2019 | 8:09 PM
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (left) and winner Elaine Thompson battle to the finish line in the women's 100m sprint final at the JAAA/Supreme Ventures National Senior Athletics Championships on Friday, June 21. File
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (left) and winner Elaine Thompson battle to the finish line in the women's 100m sprint final at the JAAA/Supreme Ventures National Senior Athletics Championships on Friday, June 21. File

The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association has named its official list of track and field athletes for the Pan American Games next month.

The team of 27 males and 33 females is headlined by men's national discus throws record holder Fedrick Dacres and multiple Olympic sprint gold medallists Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Elaine Thompson.

The full squads read:

Males:

1. Oshane Bailey

2. Devaughn Baker

3. Orlando Bennett

4. Akeem Bloomfield

5. Fedrick Dacres

6. Rasheed Dwyer

7. Andre Ewers

8. Javon Francis

9. Julian Forte

10. Demish Gaye

11. Tajay Gayle

12. Senoj-Jay Givans

13. Jaheel Hyde

14. Ronald Levy

15. Romel Lewis

16. Rusheen McDonald

17. Ashinia Miller

18. Jevaughn Minzie

19. Kemar Mowatt

20. Clive Pullen

21. O’Dayne Richards

22. Adrian Riley

23. Andrew Riley

24. Jordan Scott

25. Traves Smikle

26. Shawn-D Thompson

27. Terry Thomas

Females:

1. Janeek Brown

2. Schillonie Calvert-Powell

3. Lloydricka Cameron

4. Rushell Clayton

5. Nakoya Clunis

6. Christine Day

7. Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce

8. Jazmine Fray

9. Natoya Goule

10. Sashane Hanson

11. Tissana Hickling

12. Shericka Jackson

13. Tiffany James

14. Shadae Lawrence

15. Shardia Lawrence

16. Anastasia Le-Roy

17. Shanice Love

18. Roneisha McGregor

19. Stephenie Ann McPherson

20. Natasha Morrison

21. Chanice Porter

22. Ashia Praught-Leer

23. Shanieka Ricketts

24. Jonielle Smith

25. Megan Tapper

26. Danniel Thomas-Dodd

27. Elaine Thompson

28. Yanique Thompson

29. Natalliah Whyte

30. Rhonda Whyte

31. Briana Williams

32. Kimberly Williams

33. Kimberley Williamson

Track and Field at the 2019 Pan American Games take place in Lima, Peru from August 6-11, but the overall event starts on July 26.