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Jamaican Sprinter Infected With Zika Plans to Compete in Olympic Trials

Jamaican Sprinter Infected With Zika Plans to Compete in Olymp...

(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) — Jamaican sprinter Kemar Bailey-Cole says he has been infected with the Zika virus but will participate in his country's Olympic trials next week. The Jamaican Gleaner reported Saturday that the 24-year-old track star ... Time, 1 month ago
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Olympics: Gold medalist contracts Zika virus New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago

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Powell v Blake v Ashmeade; Elaine v Shelly-Ann: Trials 100m Semis

KINSTON, Jamaica Asafa Powell, Nickel Ashmeade, Yohan Blake and Kemar Bailey-Cole have been packed in a loaded second semifinal of the men's 100m at the Olympic Trials in Jamaica. With only the top three finishers from each heat assured of a ...
 World Track1 month ago Athletics-Pavey racks up fifth Olympics with Rio selection  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago PHOTO: Blake's back!  Jamaica Observer1 month ago Bolt gears up for trials  Namibian Sun1 month ago

Bailey-Cole positive despite latest setback

Commonwealth Games 100-metre champion Kemar Bailey-Cole's misfortune prior to a major championship has reared its ugly head again with him admitting to having suspected Zika virus. All this as he prepares for the National Championships and, by ...
 Jamaica Observer1 month ago

Now that theyre not running for Jamaica...

They all said they switched allegiance because they had little or no chance of making Jamaica's team and just wanted to make a living overseas like anyone else. Kemarley Brown, Andrew Fisher and Jak Ali Harvey are pleased to have advanced to the ...
 Jamaica Observer1 week ago
Jamaica Star

Rio farewell for Safa

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil: He'll go down in history as one of the fastest human beings, but Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell will end his career without an individual Olympic medal. Powell confirmed that the Rio 2016 Games will be his last, and ...
 Jamaica Star2 weeks ago

Sprint relay men have world record potential - Frater

Double Olympic gold medal winner Michael Frater says Jamaica's 2016 men's sprint team is a strong one with world record potential. Speaking in Kingston last week, Frater described the team as having a lot of experience and pinpointed former world ...
 Jamaica Star2 weeks ago

Jamaica's relay teams in Rio the likely runners

There will be a familiarity among the four Jamaican relay teams at the Olympics starting in Rio with a number of experienced athletes available to the coaches for selection. Jamaica are expected to win medals in at least three of the four relays, ...
 Jamaica Observer3 weeks ago

Holness says he might go to Rio

Prime Minister Andrew Holness revealed on Tuesday night that he could have a change of heart and attend the Olympic Games in Rio as he provided encouraging words to the athletes during a Digicel send-off function at the Brazilian embassy on Tuesday ...
 Jamaica Observer1 month ago
Jamaica Star

Bolt, Thompson top IAAF Olympic rankings

Jamaica's 59 - member track and field team to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil boasts several highly-ranked athletes on the latest International Association of Athletics Federations world rankings with sprint stars Usain Bolt and ...
 Jamaica Star1 month ago JOA names largest ever delegation for Rio Games  Jamaica Star1 month ago Members of the Jamaican Olympic team named  Jamaica Star1 month ago #ReadySetRio: List of athletes for Rio Olympics  Jamaica Observer1 month ago

Rio Games low risk for Zika, say officials (AAP)

, 8:22 am Tourists and athletes visiting Rio De Janeiro for the Olympic games are at low risk for catching the mosquito-borne Zika virus, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. Several athletes, including Australian golfers ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 month ago
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