KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller says Jamaicans and World and Olympic sprint champions Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce continue to showcase their dominance on and off the track. The athletes were recently crowned ... Jamaica Observer, 1 day ago
Bolt and Fraser Pryce land top awards from CASJA - RJR News Online, 6 days ago
Usain Bolt and Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce wins CASJA Awards - Irie FM, 6 days ago
Just hours before Milton's game against Braintree, junior David Brundage learned that his aunt, Denise Allen, died after a battle with cancer. At the advice of his family members, Brundage still laced up to play. Down by 4 points with eight ...Boston Globe, 3 days ago
TRACK ATHLETES Machel Cedenio, Kelly-Ann Baptiste and the national men's 4 x 400m relay squad, Shot Putter Cleopatra Borel and gymnast Thema Williams are among the nominees for the annual Caribbean Sports Journalists Association (CASJA) Awards 2015.Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 1 week ago
Jamaican sprinter Marvin Anderson yesterday announced his retirement from professional athletics. The 33-year-old 200 metres specialist had been competing internationally for the past 15 years and ended his career with personal best times of 10.11 ...Jamaica Star, 1 month ago Sprinter Marvin Anderson calls time on career Jamaica Observer, 1 month ago
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