André LOWE, Staff Reporter Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter is happy to see his former training partner, Asafa Powell, back in the fast lane, and is looking to brush aside the disappointments of last season. The former world record holder looks to ... Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
Jamaica's Asafa Powell, who has struggled to produce his best form at major championships, believes a change in coach and a new approach to training will improve his fortunes. The sprinter who held the 100m world record between 2005 and 2008 before ...Namibian Sun, 2 months ago Powell tries new training regime Times of Malta, 2 months ago Powell believes change will help him reach the top ENCA, 2 months ago Powell tries new regime to win elusive gold Yahoo!Xtra, 2 months ago
SPORT - ATHLETICS | 2015-03-19 By Sheefeni Nikodemus The Namibian delegation in Jamaica is made up of coach Letu Hamhola, Globine Mayova, Lelanie Klaasman, Dantago Gurirab, Hitjiverue Kaanjuka, Jesse Urikhob, Tjipekapora Herunga and radio ...Namibian, 1 week ago
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce wins at the 2013 Jamaica International Invitational meeting in Kingston (Anthony Foster) Copyright Double world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Olympic champion Allyson Felix are two of the many stars who have ...IAAF, 1 month ago ATHLETICS: Kirani, Asafa, Fraser-Pryce among early Jamaica Invitational confirmations Power 106, 2 months ago
The President of Qatar Athletic Federation (QAF) and of Asian Athletics Association, Dahlan Al Hamad (left), and General Secretary, Mohammed Al Kuwari, addressing the media during the sponsorship signing for the Diamond League 21015 in Doha ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago
SHAYNE FAIRMAN, STAR Writer Bruce James, president of the MVP Track and Field Club, credits coach Stephen Francis for his 'intelligence' in conditioning a number of world-class MVP athletes, adding that the tactician currently has no equal ...Jamaica Star, 2 weeks ago
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