QUARRIE EXPLAINS ELAINE THOMPSON'S ABSENCE FROM RELAYS

LONDON, England:Donald Quarrie, technical leader for Jamaica's team at the 2017 World Championships shed some light on Elaine Thompson's absence from Jamaica's team in the 4x100m final and believes that Jamaica's track and field programme will...

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