A release from the Trinidad and Tobago NAAA said Gordon's omission was an oversight for the Games, where Jehue is due to run in the 400m hurdles.
However, on Tuesday, Jehue indicated on Facebook that the situation had been resolved, posting: "So I finally got the news that I for through to run the 400 mh for my country. We are going to go ALL OUT."
Sun 10 Jul 11: A year before he hopes to run at the London Olympics, Jehue had a chance to acclimatise to the UK's wet and windy conditions. At the Diamond League in Birmingham
Jehue ran 49.21secs to finish fifth
Thu 26 May 11: Jehue has qualified for the Olympics by running 49.09secs at the Diamond League in Rome.
Responding to the BBC via a social networking site, Jehue wrote: "I ran my sb [season best] last week in rome 49.09 qualified with the A standard for world champ an olympics already so just tryna improve now an get ready for wrlds".
Sat 08 Jan 11: After winning yet another
Athlete of the Year award
(Inside Track), Jehue Gordon said his goal for 2011 is to run the 400m hurdles in under 48 seconds.
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