World and Olympic champion, Omar McLeod, says he’s eager to return to the stadium where he won gold in the sprint hurdles final at the 2017 World Championships.
McLeod is in London for the Muller Anniversary Games – the 10th stop on the Diamond League Circuit, on Saturday and Sunday.
McLeod will contest the men’s 110-metres hurdles.
He’ll be joined by compatriot, Ronald Levy.
McLeod says everything is lining up for another successful showing at the London stadium.
He says to win he’ll have to run a fast time.
Other Jamaicans down to compete are, Megan Tapper, Yanique Thompson, Dannielle Williams, Sherica Jackson, Anastasia Le-Roy, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Tissanna Hickling, Yohan Blake and Julian Forte.
Tyquendo Tracey, Schillonie Clavert-Powell, Shashalee Forbes, Elaine Thompson, Fredrick Dacres, Nathan Allen, Akeem Bloomfield, Demish Gaye, Natoya Goule, Rasheed Dwyer, Rushell Clayton, and Janieve Russell are also down to compete.