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Kaliese Spencer

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Photo: Ristananna Tracey competing at the Racers Grand Prix Meet earlier this month finished third behind Americans Shamier Little and Dalilah Muhammad

The 2012 World Junior 400m hurdles champion and 2014 Commonwealth bronze medalist Janieve Russell, based on her early season performance wears the favourite hat, albeit in a wide open field and will aim to secure her second national title and another trip to a major international championship.

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Photo: Kaliese Spencer was found not guilty of violation of article 2.3 in the JADCO rules by a three member Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Commission on Tuesday.





Kaliese Spencer was all smiles on Tuesday when the verdict was handed down in her anti-doping case. A three member Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Commission came to a unanimous decision of not guilty in regards to her alleged violation of article 2.3 in the JADCO rules.

The chairman of the Commission, Kent Gammon was clear in how the verdict was arrived at.

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Photo: Janieve Russell will miss out on the women's 400m hurdles at the Olympic Games in Rio. Russell was expected to earn a medal in the event for Jamaica.





Four days before the star of track and field at the Rio Olympics, Jamaica’s medal prospects took a huge hit when it was revealed that medal hopeful Janieve Russell would not take part in the women’s 400m hurdles.

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The country's top female 400 hurdler over the pass five seasons, Kaliese Spencer has broken her silence on the surprising split from her training base for the last decade, MVP Track Club.

Speaking in an interview on Tuesday to local media house RJR, Spencer pointed out that she felt as if she had outgrown that environment and the time for change had come.

Spencer also suggested that she was the recipient of some unfair treatment and that prompted her to make the move.

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Photo: Women's 400m National champion Christine Day is among a slew of local athletes that will be in new training camps when the new track and field season begins.

Following hot on the heels of the recent uproar surrounding issues related to athletes, and their bemoaning greater supporter from the Government and the JAAA, is another story of several local based athletes who will have to find new training facilities, if they intend to continue their track and field career.

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Photo: Janieve Russell and Kaliese Spencer will be hunting medals for Jamaica in the women's 400m hurdles finals

One is a veteran, the other is a rookie, but both Jamaican women who will line up in 400m hurdles finals Wednesday morning local time, will be looking to defy the odds and claim their first World Championship medal for Jamaica, in Beijing China.

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Photo: 20 year old Shericka Jackson will be hunting a medal in her first World Championships when she contests the final on Wednesday.

Jamaica’s historic performances at the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships in Beijing, China, continued unabated on Tuesday, even though no medals were garnered by the athletes of the tiny Caribbean Island. Four women contested the semi-finals of the 400m and they all progressed to the final, a first for Jamaica.

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Photo: Former National 400m hurdles champion Ristananna Tracey

“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.” – Paulo Coelho.

Experience is a teacher of wisdom. Ristananna Tracey, the Former Edwin Allen High school star athlete, has stopped looking back at her two previous Senior World Championship and now looks forward to her third Championship in Beijing.

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Everyone around the track and field arena will nod their collective heads in agreement, if you should suggest to them that this is the opportune time for one of Jamaica’s finest track darlings, Kaliese Spencer, to finally reap the top prize at the 15th IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China from August 22- 30th.

The 400m hurdler, nicked name by many as the 'Diamond League Queen' eyes another fine opportunity to stand atop the podium this time around.

Many people are of the belief that she has never given of her best when the stakes are highest.