There will also be a number of finals on the college women and high school girls’ side, including the 4x100m, 4x400m and 4x800m relay events.
The first final on the track on Friday will go off at 1:00 PM and it will be the college women’s 4×100 Championship of America Invitational race where favourites Oregon and Tennessee will start as the teams to beat in the race for the title.
Both teams impressed in heats on Thursday, but the Ducks are expected to be stronger in the final.
This will be followed by the high school girls’ 4×800 Championship of America event at 1:10 PM and the college women’s 4×1500 Championship of America Invitational at 1:20 PM.
There will be a lot of attention, at least from the Jamaican section of the stands at 2:25 PM when the high school girls’ 4×100 Championship of America race takes place.
Back-to-back defending champion Edwin Allen and former champion Holmwood Tech are the main contenders for the title after the Jamaican schools posted the two fastest times in the heats.
Excelsior High and St. Catherine High are also two of the five teams from Jamaica in the final.
Other finals on the track with interest are the college men’s Distance Medley Championship of America Invitational, the high school girls’ 4×400 Championship of America, the high school boys’ Distance Medley Championship of America, and the college women’s and men’s Sprint Medley Championship of America Invitationals.
Meanwhile, early action on the male side will see the high school boys and college men going in search of championship places.
A fully loaded Jamaican contingent are set to thrill the fans in the high school 4x100m section, with defending champion Calabar, Jamaica College and Kingston College – the winners of the last three titles – leading the way.
Calabar High will also be defending the 4x400m crown, while St Elizabeth Technical will try to defend the 4x800m.
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