Bolt All-Stars

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 18: Kerron Clement of the United States celebrates after placing first in the Men's 400m Hurdles Final on Day 13 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

Jamaican Olympic gold medallists Asafa Powell and Michael Frater along with 2008 Olympic hurdles champion Dawn Harper-Nelson from the United States headline the first group of athletes confirmed to join Usain Bolt in the Bolt All-Stars for Coles Nitro Athletics Melbourne.


Usain Bolt (JAM, sprints), Michael Frater (JAM, sprints), Asafa Powell (JAM, sprints), Ryan Wilson (USA, hurdles, sprints), Kerron Clement (USA, hurdles, sprints), Jarrion Lawson (USA, jumps, sprints), Elijah Kipchirchir Kiptoo (KEN, middle dist.), Matthew Ramsden (AUS, middle distance), Mark Hollis (USA, pole vault), Cyrus Hostetler (USA, javelin), Jarryd Wallace (USA, para-athletics)


Natasha Morrison (USA, sprints), Jeneba Tarmoh (USA, sprints), Christine Day (JAM, sprints), Abbie Taddeo (USA, hurdles), Jenna Prandini (USA, sprints, jumps), Camille Buscomb (NZ, middle distance), Selah Jepleting Busienei (KEN, middle dist.) Anastasia Marinakou (GRE, middle distance), Nina Kennedy (AUS, pole vault), Kara Winger (USA, javelin), Naa Anang (AUS, jumps), Femita Marie Ayanbeku (USA, para-athletics)

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