Four Jamaicans will continue their hunt for medals today – on day 6 of the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.

Yohan Blake will run in Heat 2 of the men’s 200m semi-finals.

Daniel Thomas-Dodd will compete in the women’s shot qualification, while Shericka Jackson, Novlene Williams-Mills and Stephenie Ann McPherson will contest the women’s 400 metres.

Jamaica has only two medals thus far courtesy of Usain Bolt’s 100-metre bronze and Omar McLeod’s 110-metre hurdles gold.

DAY 6 SCHEDULE FOR JAMAICAN ATHLETES

AFTERNOON SESSION

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WOMEN’S 3000M STEEPLECHASE HEATS
Aisha Praught (Heat 2) –  1:23 PM

MEN’S 5000M HEATS
Kemoy Campbell (Heat 2) – 2:22 PM

WOMEN’S SHOT PUT QUALIFICATION – 2:25 PM
Daniel Thomas-Dodd

MEN’S 200M SEMI-FINALS
Rasheed Dwyer (Heat 1) – 2:55 PM
Yohan Blake (Heat 2)- 3:04 PM

MEN’S 400M HURDLES FINAL – 3:33 PM
Kemar Mowatt 

WOMEN’S 400M FINAL – 3:50 PM
Shericka Jackson
Novlene Williams-Mills
Stephenie Ann McPherson

Via Loop Jamaica



                     

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