Jamaica will be sending a 46 member delegation to the World Athletics Relays with former world record holder Asafa Powell and double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah head the list of the delegation that has been selected for the World Relays next month in Poland, from May 1-2.
Veterans Powell along with the likes of Oshane Bailey, Nesta Carter, Julian Forte, Nigel Ellis, Romario Williams, and Kadrian Goldson in the 4x100m relay.
On the women’s side, Rio Olympic double sprint gold medallist, Thompson-Herah along with Natalliah Whyte, Shericka Jackson, Natasha Morrison, Shashalee Forbes, Kasheika Cameron and Remona Burchell.
Jamaica will also be competing in the 4x200m, the 4x400m, and the shuttle hurdles relay at the championship.
Formerly known as the IAAF World Relays in 2014, Jamaica has copped five gold, eight silver, and six bronze medals at the event.
The Bahamas hosted the first three installments with the last meet being held in 2019 in Japan.
The Management team include Manager- Marvin Anderson, Assistant Manager- Craig Richards, Team Doctor- Dr Anthony Cox, Technical Leader- Paul Francis, Coach- Jerry Holness, Coach- Bertland Cameron and Coach- Lamar Richards