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"No Show, No Go!"

President of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) Dr Warren Blake has sought to remind Jamaican athletes that only those who participate in the Senior National Championships are eligible for selection for the IAAF World Championships.


His reminder came after Cubie Seegobin, the agent of several of Jamaica’s top athletes who are affiliated with the Adidas brand, warned that some of his athletes could miss the National Championships on June 20-23 to compete at the mandatory Adidas Boost Games in Boston, Massachusetts, on June 16.


Seegobin believes the date of the National Championships is not convenient for his clients, as they have been thrust into a situation to choose between obligations to their sponsors, and a chance to represent their country at the premier athletics event of the year, the IAAF World Championships.


But Blake is adamant that only those athletes who meet the criteria of a medical exemption can miss the National Championships and be eligible for selection for the World Championships.