NACAC Open Championships Team 2022
|100m||Shericka Jackson||Ackeem Blake|
|100m||Natalliah Whyte||Conroy Jones|
|100m||Natasha Morrison||Alt||Alt||Oshane Bailey|
|200m||Natalliah Whyte||Andrew Hudson|
|200m||Natasha Morrison||Jazeel Murphy|
|400m||Stephenie Ann McPherson||Nathon Allen|
|400m||Junelle Bromfield||Christopher Taylor|
|400m||Roniesha McGregor||Alt||Alt||Karayme Bartley|
|100m/110m Hurdles||Crystal Morrison||Rasheed Broadbell|
|100m/110m Hurdles||Megan Tapper||Orlando Bennett|
|400m Hurdles||Shiann Salmon|
|400m Hurdles||Janieve Russell||Shawn Rowe|
|400m Hurdles||Andrenette Knight||Alt|
|High Jump||Kimberly Williamson||Lushane Wilson|
|Long Jump||Chanice Porter||Tajay Gayle|
|Long Jump||Shawn-D Thompson|
|Triple Jump||Shanieka Ricketts|
|Shot Put||Lloydrecia Cameron||O'Dayne Richards|
|Discus||Samantha Hall||Traves Smikle|
|4x100m||Natasha Morrison||Ackeem Blake|
|4x100m||Megan Tapper||Andrew Hudson|
|4x100m||Natalliah Whyte||Oshane Bailey|
|4x100m||Ashley Williams||Kadrian Goldson|
|4x100m||Roniesha McGregor||Conroy Jones|
|4x100m||Crystal Morrison||Jazeel Murphy|
|4x400m||Junelle Bromfield||Nathon Allen|
|4x400m||Roniesha McGregor||Christopher Taylor|
|4x400m||Ashley Williams||Karayme Bartley|
|4x400m||Shiann Salmon||Javon Francis|
|4x400m||Andrenette Knight||Demish Gaye|
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has been a dominant force in Track & Field for some time now. With multiple 100m lifetime performances under 10.70 seconds and a season-best of 10.67 seconds, she is the front runner to defend her 2019 World Championships 100m title.
Tajay Gayle is the reigning World Champion in the Men’s Long Jump. An injury ended his 2021 campaign after the Tokyo Olympics, but he is determined to defend his 2019 World Championships title.
Brianna Lyston broke ground this year when she posted impressive marks on the track. 22.4 seconds to win the Carifta Trials and 22.53 to break the B&G Champs record. She has also cruised 11.1 in 100m and experts have caught sub 51 seconds slits for her on Hydel’s 4x400m. A lane infringement saw her disqualified in the 200m at last year’s World Under 20 Championships, but she is back and positioned to do great things this time around.
Jaydon Hibbert: as of June 6, 2022, All of Jaydon’s Personal Best performances have come in 2022, which makes them his season bests. The Triple Jump Silver medallist from last year’s World Under 20, is a practitioner of the horizontal jumps and has improved his marks this year to make him a top contender in the Long (7.87m) and Triple (16.66m) at this year’s World Under 20 Championships. Jaydon is 17 years of age.
Demisha Roswell shocked many by eclipsing her more talked about country-woman to win the 100m hurdles at the Big 12 Conference this year. Roswell’s performance (12.44) has put her 4th on the Jamaican All-Time list. With her showing thus far, she has sparked thought-provoking conversations about the future of Jamaican Women’s Sprint Hurdles.
Elaine Thompson-Herah, The double-double Olympic Champion (2016 & 2021*) at 100m & 200m had a pedestrian start to the season. However, if her May 28th performance (10.79) at Hayward Field, Oregon is any indication of the form she is in or is likely to be in, then she is rounding into shape at the right time and Jamaica’s women’s sprinting for 2022 is in good hands.
*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Olympic Games were postponed from 2020 to 2021.