Jamaican National Track and Field Champs

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link Chrissy Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:04:44 PM 
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Fastest time this year -WOW!!

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 9:05:28 PM 
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21.55 Shericka . off the chain

link nitro Joined: Apr 9, 2003
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6/26/22, 9:06:05 PM 
Rass, Wow!

link Chrissy Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:06:55 PM 
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Spectacular

lol lol

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 9:08:51 PM 
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spectacular is an understatement. 3rd fastest in history behind Flo Jo and Elaine.

link Brerzerk Joined: Mar 15, 2021
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6/26/22, 9:12:29 PM 
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I told Archangel it was coming.

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 9:13:33 PM 
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I told Archangel it was coming.


Shericka herself said it was coming

link FanAttick Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:16:46 PM 
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Hudson holds off Blake

link Chrissy Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:20:51 PM 
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Princess Nuff should not be on the track commiserating with Blake. not a good look. These are all Jamaican athletes.

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 9:24:20 PM 
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Princess Nuff should not be on the track commiserating with Blake. not a good look. These are all Jamaican athletes.


i prefer nitro's name for her. fluffy nuffy. if is egg, she in the red

link nitro Joined: Apr 9, 2003
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6/26/22, 9:25:11 PM 
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Fluffy Nuffy only has votes in mind. The winner is from the diaspora.

link Chrissy Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:28:12 PM 
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Eent lol lol
What was Hudson’s time?
By the way Blake’s dad is in hospital- he had a stroke

link FanAttick Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:31:31 PM 
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20:10 I believe

link FanAttick Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:32:47 PM 
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Princess Nuff should not be on the track commiserating with Blake. not a good look. These are all Jamaican athletes.


She was out there giving a campaign speech during the so-called official ceremony..shameless

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 9:46:00 PM 
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Fluffy Nuffy only has votes in mind. The winner is from the diaspora.



in his interview, he stated that his father is from Kingston. So that is the basis of his eligibility. He is running for Jamaica, so i have to wish him the best. it is no different than Jamaican/British footballers.

link Chrissy Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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6/26/22, 9:47:48 PM 
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LOL - no class
Some of the footballers go back to grandparents for elegibility.
This youth’s father is a Kingstonian.

link archangel Joined: Mar 15, 2004
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6/26/22, 9:55:02 PM 
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Well Shericka lived up to her promise. I take that to mean that she will go for the wr in Eugene.

She is clearly now the overwhelming favourite. I dont think her handlers would advertise her well being like this if they didnt think she would do better in the World Championships. Hope she stays fit and deliver the big one. One thing for sure, she will be pushed in that one. The other two ladies in this race were running for qualification.

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/26/22, 10:21:09 PM 
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best shot for the WR. Eugene is fast. Abby Steiner is the only American in form to threaten. Elaine is not going to roll over and give up her title. they will push her. Asher smith is not a threat this year. I think the gentle ladies from Namibia are injured.

we also need to go take the 4 x 1 World record now.

link archangel Joined: Mar 15, 2004
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6/26/22, 11:24:11 PM 
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Yes, Sir, 21.34 is realistic on a fast Oregon track. If conditions are right, we can look forward to this record to go.

link Brerzerk Joined: Mar 15, 2021
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6/27/22, 11:31:13 AM 
The politicizing and athlete favoritism was most inappropriate, no scruples. I was shocked by what transpired in that ceremony but decided to hold my peace

link Brerzerk Joined: Mar 15, 2021
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6/27/22, 12:47:24 PM 
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NB Twice prior (this year,) she won from Eliane going away instead of Elaine closing no? Both sprint distances too? Trying to remember

link rudebway Joined: Jul 28, 2009
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6/27/22, 1:24:47 PM 
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he won from Eliane going away instead of Elaine closing no? Both sprint distances too? Trying to remember


She won the diamond league 200, defeating Elaine, DAS and everyone else. going away. Prior to the trials, i am pretty sure no one had beaten Elaine over 100 this season. when they ran the 100 about a month ago, Elaine was first, they gave BitchCarri second, and Sherika was third in the same time.

WC gonna be hot, cause Elaine has to let it go. There is more to the viral video with her granny last year than just fun and jokes of a Pentecostal granny cheering on her grand pickney. Elaine has to let it go. Protect the Achilles until WC, but in the 100 finals you have to let it go.

link mikesiva Joined: Jan 11, 2007
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6/27/22, 1:35:57 PM 
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Shericka Jackson backed up her promise from Friday that she was going to produce something spectacular in the 200m and she delivered in the most unbelievable fashion on Sunday’s final day of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association Jamaica National Senior and Junior Athletics Championships with 21.55 seconds (0.0m/s), the third-fastest time in history.

Jackson’s massive personal best is bettered only by Florence Griffith-Joyner’s world record 21.34 seconds set in 1988 and Elaine Thompson-Herah’s national record 21.53 seconds set last year at the Olympic Games.

Her previous best was 21.81 seconds set last year and it also beat the world-lead 21.77 seconds set earlier in the day by American Abby Steiner to win the American Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Jackson, who completed the sprint double, has now won national senior titles in three events, 100m, 200m, and 400m.

There was a buzz around the stadium as the athletes got into their blocks in anticipation, and she delivered magnificently, leading from the start to run away with the victory. She was followed by Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah, who was second in 22.05, and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, third in 22.14.

And more

American-born Andrew Hudson won the men’s 200m race in 20.10 seconds (0.5m/s), beating 100m champion Yohan Blake (20.31) and Nigel Ellis (20.41).

Olympic Games champion Hansle Parchment won the 110m hurdles in 13.14 (1.0m/s), taking charge late in the race after former World and Olympic champion Omar McLeod got off to a flying start.

Rasheed Broadbell was second in a season’s best 13.20, with Orlando Bennett third in 13.28.

McLeod, who hit the third hurdle, finished eighth.

Britany Anderson, who was eighth in the Olympics last year, will hope to atone at the World Championships as she won the 100m hurdles, coming from behind over the last three hurdles to win in 12.53 seconds (0.6ms).

The fast-starting Megan Tapper, the defending champion, was second with a season’s best equalling 12.60 seconds, with 2015 World Champion Danielle Williams third with her season’s best 12.66 seconds.

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7/2/22, 1:31:15 AM 
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