London World Championships

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London World Championships,Megan Simmonds,Danielle Williams,Shermaine Williams,Peta-Gaye Williams,Nikiesha Wilson,

Photo: Megam Simmonds celebrates winning the Women's 100m sprint hurdles title at the National Championships last year. Simmonds will be looking to defend her title at the National Championships this weekend.

Jamaica will have four representatives to this summer's World Championships and by all indications, it will be a case of who wants it most that will make the trip.

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Demish Gaye,Akeem Bloomfield,Nathon Allen,Steven Gayle,London World Championships,Rusheen McDonald,

Photo: GC Foster College athlete Demish Gaye winning the 400m at the Intercollegiate Athletics Championships in April.

Jamaican track and field fans are set to witness a vintage season for men’s one-lap sprinting and with this event garnering much media interest, it will be one intense show piece at this weekend's National Senior Championships.

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 Chrisann Gordon,London World Championships,Dawna Lee Loney,Novlene Williams-Mills,Shericka Jackson,Junelle Bromfield,Anneisha McLaughlin- Whilby,

Photo: Shericka Jackson has won a medal in the 400m at consecutive global championships for Jamaica and will be looking to book her ticket to the London World Championships this weekend.

The reigning NCAA 400m champion Chrisann Gordon, is heading home to challenge for a spot on Jamaica’s World Championship team to London this summer.

The former Holmwood Technical standout, and competed recently for Texas AM university, will lock horns with 2015 World Championship and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Shericka Jackson is the women’s 400m race.

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Ristananna Tracey,Janieve Russell,Kaliese Spencer,Leah Nugent,London World Championships,

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.