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  • Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

    First time they are having a 4 day trials competition.

    http://www.trackalerts.com/Files/Orders.pdf

  • #2
    Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

    I wonder when the startlists will be ready....

    This could be a very exciting meet!
    My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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    • #3
      Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

      Originally posted by shivfan
      I wonder when the startlists will be ready....

      This could be a very exciting meet!
      From past experience, the start list is usually available the night before or 1st day of the meet.

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      • #4
        Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

        With New York out of the way, this makes the Jamaica National Trials probably the next meet worth looking forward to with great anticipation....

        Will there be a live feed?

        And how do the potential qualifiers look, with the defending champs likely to get a bye?

        Mens 100
        (Bolt to get a bye)
        1) Powell
        2) Mullings
        3) Carter or Blake

        Womens 100
        (SAF to get a bye)
        1) VCB
        2) Kerron
        3) Sherone or Calvert

        Men's 200
        (Bolt to get a bye)
        1) Blake
        2) Ashmeade
        3) Who else?

        Womens 200
        1) VCB
        2) SAF
        3) who else?

        Mens 400
        1) Gonzo
        2) Chambers
        3) who else?

        Women's 400
        1) Novlene
        2) Shericka
        3) Rosemarie Whyte or Christine Day

        110 hurdles
        1) Dwight Thomas
        2) Who else?

        100 hurdles
        (BFH to get a bye)
        1) Delloreen
        2) Vonette
        3) who else?

        Men's 400 hurdles
        1) Isa Phillips
        2) who else?

        Women's 400 hurdles
        (Melaine to get a bye)
        1) Kaliese Spencer
        2) Who else?

        High jump
        1) Sheree Francis

        Long jump
        1) Jovanee Jarrett

        Shot putt
        1) Dorian Scott

        Womens 800 and/or 1500
        1) Kenia Sinclair

        Any other prospects?
        My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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        • #5
          Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

          Originally posted by shivfan

          Men's 200
          (Bolt to get a bye)
          1) Blake
          2) Ashmeade
          3) Who else? Mullings? Marvin Anderson?

          Womens 200
          1) VCB
          2) SAF
          3) who else? SS? Bailey? Stewart?

          Men's 400 hurdles
          1) Isa Phillips
          2) who else? (I would definitely put Leford Green over Phillips, Buckley has slipped and Robertson has the A, but I think McFarlane may still be good for a spot)

          Women's 400 hurdles
          (Melaine to get a bye)
          1) Kaliese Spencer
          2) Who else? Tracey, and Nickiesha Wilson may be lucky for Walker's bye

          Any other prospects?

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          • #6
            Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

            Originally posted by shivfan
            With New York out of the way, this makes the Jamaica National Trials probably the next meet worth looking forward to with great anticipation....

            Will there be a live feed?

            Any other prospects?

            Jamaica trials is the same weekend as the US trials. It is from June 23 to June 26.

            Live coverage will be at www.trackandfieldja.com

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            • #7
              Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

              Originally posted by shivfan
              And how do the potential qualifiers look, with the defending champs likely to get a bye?

              Mens 100
              (Bolt to get a bye)
              1) Powell
              2) Mullings
              3) Carter or Blake
              So if this happens, who runs the 4x100? (and what if it is Mullings, AP, ..?)

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              • #8
                Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

                If u going by current form so far. Blake and Mullings should be safe. Powell and Carter gonna have to prove themselves because they haven't shown great form so far this year.

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                • #9
                  Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

                  Originally posted by shivfan
                  With New York out of the way, this makes the Jamaica National Trials probably the next meet worth looking forward to with great anticipation....

                  Will there be a live feed?

                  And how do the potential qualifiers look, with the defending champs likely to get a bye?

                  Mens 100
                  (Bolt to get a bye)
                  1) Powell Blake and Carter are sure bet.
                  2) Mullings
                  3) Carter or Blake If Asafa don't wilt under pressure he should get next spot.

                  Womens 100
                  (SAF to get a bye)
                  1) VCB Right on point.
                  2) Kerron
                  3) Sherone or Calvert

                  Men's 200
                  (Bolt to get a bye)
                  1) Blake
                  2) Ashmeade
                  3) Who else? Mullings, he made final in Berlin last time.

                  Womens 200
                  1) VCB
                  2) SAF
                  3) who else? Kerron Stewart

                  Mens 400
                  1) Gonzo
                  2) Chambers
                  3) who else? Your guess just as good as mine, possible Lanseford Spence, Forthergill.

                  Women's 400
                  1) Novlene
                  2) Shericka
                  3) Rosemarie Whyte or Christine Day Right on point.

                  110 hurdles
                  1) Dwight Thomas
                  2) Who else? Andrew Riley and Kerron Stewart.

                  100 hurdles
                  (BFH to get a bye)
                  1) Delloreen
                  2) Vonette
                  3) who else? Natasha Rudduck.

                  Men's 400 hurdles
                  1) Isa Phillips My bet, Leford Green, Danny McFarlene and Josef Robertson.
                  2) who else?

                  Women's 400 hurdles
                  (Melaine to get a bye)
                  1) Kaliese Spencer
                  2) Who else? Ristianna Tracey and Nikiesha Wilson

                  High jump
                  1) Sheree Francis Possible school girl Kimberly Williamson, she already did 1.88 not sure she will make atleast the B standard of 1.92.

                  Long jump
                  1) Jovanee Jarrett so far looking to be just her. Farguarson did 6.48, but still not B standard level.

                  Shot putt
                  1) Dorian Scott Possible Chad Wright and/or Ashinia Miller

                  Womens 800 and/or 1500
                  1) Kenia Sinclair + Natoya Goule in 800m

                  Any other prospects? Possible Travis Smickle Discuss, Bailey M LJ, Gordon, LJ, Julian Reid M TJ, Trecia Smith W TJ and Kimberly Williams W TJ.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

                    Originally posted by shivfan
                    With New York out of the way, this makes the Jamaica National Trials probably the next meet worth looking forward to with great anticipation....

                    Men's 200
                    (Bolt to get a bye)
                    1) Blake
                    2) Ashmeade
                    3) Who else?
                    Steve Mullings.

                    Womens 200
                    1) VCB
                    2) SAF
                    3) who else?
                    Kerron Stewart or Aleen Bailey. Realistically Aleen's best chance of an individual spot on the team, as I suspect that Kerron will do the same thing she did for Berlin; run the 100m only.

                    Mens 400
                    1) Gonzo
                    2) Chambers
                    3) who else?
                    Does anyone know what is happening with Dwight Mullings?

                    110 hurdles
                    1) Dwight Thomas
                    2) Who else?
                    Darn good question. A pet peeve of mine; coaches need to send some of the 80+ 100m hopefuls in other directions, like the 110mh, 200m, 400m, LJ.

                    100 hurdles
                    (BFH to get a bye)
                    1) Delloreen
                    2) Vonette
                    3) who else?
                    Natasha Ruddock

                    Men's 400 hurdles
                    1) Isa Phillips
                    2) who else?
                    Until he stops competing, Danny McFarlane. If he ever learns to actually hurdle he would be so much faster. And Leford Green.

                    Women's 400 hurdles
                    (Melaine to get a bye)
                    1) Kaliese Spencer
                    2) Who else?
                    Ristananna Tracey. Get used to her name. And, Nickiesha Wilson.

                    High jump
                    1) Sheree Francis
                    Kimberly Williamson

                    Womens 800 and/or 1500
                    1) Kenia Sinclair
                    Natoya Goule
                    Regards,
                    toyracer

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                    • #11
                      Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

                      If I'm reading this story correctly, Kenia Sinclair is planning to run the 800 at the Trials, but is still undecided about the 1500....

                      http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/2011 ... rts71.html
                      My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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                      • #12
                        Re: Jamaica National Trials June 23-26 Order of Events

                        "IN 2007, only one Jamaican was legally running under 10 seconds in the 100m. Now, in 2011, all eight sprinters expected to face the starter in the 100m final at the National Championships this week at the National Stadium are likely to be sub 10-second athletes."


                        Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sport/Su ... z1Q5AnB89z
                        My heart is still in the Caribbean....

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