Several of Jamaica’s Olympians and top high schools will be on show at the Queen’s Grace Jackson track and field meet at the National Stadium, tomorrow.

The meet makes a return to the national sporting calendar after last year’s staging was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chairman of the Organising committee, Aneeke Brown, says everything is in place for a successful staging of the meet.

Brown says the meet can be considered a precursor to the ISSA Boys and Girls championships.

She says several of the country’s senior athletes will be using the event to open their season.

Aneeke Brown, chairman of the Queens Grace Jackson track and field meet.

The meet is set to start at 8:30AM, with the females running in the morning session and the males in the afternoon.

Due to Covid-19 protocols, no spectators will be allowed in the venue, but fans can follow the event via thequeensgracejacksonmeet.com.