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• Bolt to compete at Cayman Invitational

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 The 6-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt will contest at the Cayman Invitational in George Town on 14 May.


Usain Bolt will race his first 100m in Cayman Islands' Invitational since he won the world three world titles at the Beijing World Championships last year in August

“It will be my first international competition in 2016 and my second time to run in Cayman,” 

“I always enjoy competing in the Caribbean and look forward to meeting my fans in Cayman.” Said Bolt who In 2013 Bolt won the Cayman Island Invitational 100m in 10.09. 

His biggest opponents in Cayman Invitational will be Commonwealth Games Champion  Kemar Bailey-Cole of Jamaica and Cayman Island's record holder Kemar Hyman.

 Other track super star announced for the meet is Alyson Felix the multiple World and Olympic champion over 200n and 400m. Felix said she will decide soon weather to run the 200m or the 400m in Cayman Island.

In the women's 100m we will see former world champion in 100m  USA's Carmelita Jeter. 

Great Britain’s Zharnel Hughes the Beijing World Championships finalist, Jamaica’s Jason Young, Antigua and Barbuda’s Miguel Francis and Kenyan record-holder Carvin Nkanata will all compete in the 200m.

In the men's one lap race World Junior Champion Machel Cedenio will line up against Jamaica’s Jermaine Gonzalez and Britain’s Delano Williams in the 400m.




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