Following his 48.65m 400 metre season opener at the Camperdown Classic last weekend, Commonwealth Games 100m champion, Kemar-Bailey Cole, declared that he is feeling stronger than ever before. The added strength, he believes, should earn him a spot ... Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
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Former 100 metre world record holder Asafa Powell, schoolboy Jaheel Hyde along with Calabar High School's 4x100 metre relay team are reportedly set to compete at the Cayman Invitational on May 16. Powell will line up against compatriot and ...RJR News Online, 2 days ago
An impressive list of some of the world's elite athletes will compete at the Iamaica Invitational International Meet on May 9 at the National Stadium. Among those already confirmed on the women's side is defending 100 metre champion Blessing ...RJR News Online, 2 days ago
Usain Bolt cruises to victory in Kingston (SportingEagle) Copyright Competing in his first 200m race since winning the 2013 world title in Moscow, Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt cruised to victory at the UTech Classic in Kingston on Saturday ...IAAF, 3 days ago Bolt stunned as UTECH upset Racers Antigua Observer, 1 month ago Bolt suffers rare defeat in season opener TRT, 1 month ago Bolt opens season in Kingston with rare 4x100m loss IAAF, 1 month ago
Bolt and Fraser-Pryce win on 200m debut RAYMOND GRAHAM, STAR Writer Despite the fastest male and female athletes in the world, Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce making appearances at Saturday's UTech Classic inside the National Stadium, it ...Jamaica Star, 5 days 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 month ago
Dania Bogle & RAYMOND GRAHAM, STAR Writers CHAMPIONS were named and records were broken, but track and field was the real winner at Saturday's Gibson McCook Relays at the National Stadium. Spectators witnessed the semi-triumphant return of ...Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
SHAYNE FAIRMAN, STAR Writer Dalton Myers, director of sports at the University of West Indies (UWI), Mona, is confident the tertiary institution will continue to be the sporting mecca of choice for Jamaica's more talented and academically gifted ...Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
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