Jamaica Women’ WorldU20 4x100m relay world report rejected by World Athletics!

Jamaica’s under-20 women’ 4x100m world report on the Carifta Video games in April of this yr won’t be ratified by observe and area governing physique, World Athletics.

Jamaica’s 42.58-second clocking that ignited the Nationwide Stadium in Kingston, has been rejected by World Athletics as a result of one of many 4 members of the quartet of Serena Cole, Tina Clayton, Brianna Lyston, and Tia Clayton was not drug examined on the completion of the race on April 17 in Kingston, Jamaica.

Nonetheless, the Jamaica Anti-Doping Fee (JADCO), has questioned the reasoning of World Athletics, saying the ‘untested’ athlete had been examined a day earlier than the unaccepted World File-run.

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In a launch as we speak, JADCO mentioned the physique will regulate, making certain it checks athletes after reaching world marks, whatever the frequency of checks.

In keeping with JADCO, a check of the athletes, in accordance with World Anti-Doping Company protocols, is taken into account in-competition testing, irrespective of which day of the competitors

Regardless of the setback, Jamaica nonetheless holds the U20 world report. On the World U20 Championships in Kenya in August 2021, Serena Cole, Tina and Tia Clayton in addition to Kerrica Hill established a time of 42.94, which was the time surpassed on the Nationwide Stadium in Kingston final month.


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