Andre Lowe, Senior Staff Reporter
Jamaica’s 800m competitor Kenia Sinclair is the lone injury concern in the camp, ahead of tomorrow’s start of athletics competition at the London Olympic Games.
Sinclair, who has had a troubled season, is said to be labouring to get ready ahead of the August 8 start of the 800m inside the London Olympic Stadium.
Jamaica’s technical leader Donald Quarrie, confirmed Sinclair’s injury concerns to The Gleaner and said that she will be assessed on a ‘day-to-day’ basis.
“Kenia Sinclair have been having some knee issues,” said Quarrie, when contacted a short while ago.
Sinclair, comes into the Olympic Games with a season best of 2:01.55, which is some way off her personal best time of 1:57.88 or the 1:58.21 that she was running at this point last year.