Seven Jamaicans are down to compete at the Milrose Games at The Armory New Balance Track and Field Center in New York, tomorrow.

Rio 2016 Olympic 110-metres hurdles champion, Omar McLeod will run in the men’s 60-metres.

He should get competition from World 100-metres champion Christian Coleman.

This will be Coleman’s first short-sprint appearance since a six-month ban for missing three drugs tests.

World 200-metres champion Noah Lyles and Trayvon Bromell, the fastest man over 100-metres in 2021, are also in the field.

Coleman came second in a low-key 300-metres season-opener earlier in January.

The women’s race will feature Briana Williams.

Britany Anderson will wear the national colours in the women’s 60-metres.

Former Calabar high standout, Christpher Taylor runs in the men’s 400-metres.

Tovea Jenkins and Roneisha McGregor line up in the women’s race.

Meanwhile, Natoya Goule runs in the women’s 800-metres.