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Asafa Powell is pumped by the idea that he will once again be donning the national colours to represent Jamaica at a major global track and field event.

He was last week named to the 39-member squad selected by the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA)

After meeting the Olympics ‘B’ qualifying standard for the 200m medley recently, national swimmer Keanan Dols jumped ahead of Michael Gunning for the Jamaica Olympic Association’s (JOA) allocated spot at the Tokyo Olympics in July. Dols clocked 2:02.15 minutes, a national record, at the Pro Swim

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