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10 Jamaicans are set to compete at IAAF diamond league meeting in shanghai, on May 17.

Last year’s 100-metres diamond winner, Veronica Campbell-Brown, will face the starter in the same event on the second stop of the circuit.

Campbell-brown will face off with compatriots, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Schillonie Calvert.

She’ll also face strong competition from the American pair of Tori Bowie and Muna Lee.

Also included are Michelle-lee Ahye of Trinidad and Tobago and blessing Okagbare of Nigeria.

Nickel Ashmeade, Rasheed Dwyer and Julian forte will face the starter in the 200 metres.

The Jamaicans will be challenged by Alonso Edwards of panama, American Curtis Mitchell and Churandy Martina of the Netherlands.

Kaliese Spencer, who won the diamond in the 400-metres hurdles, will compete in the event.

The other Jamaicans on the provisional entry list are Kimberly Williams in the triple jump, Jason Morgan in the discus throw and Andrew Riley in the 110-metre hurdles.