STOCKHOLM, Sweden, CMC: Veterans Nesta Carter and Novlene Williams-Mills kept the Jamaica flag flying high with impressive wins in their pet events at the DN Galan Diamond League meet on Thursday. The Trinidad & Tobago pair of Keston Bledman and ... Jamaica Star, 4 days ago
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Novlene Williams Mills, Jamaica's eight time national 400 meter champion, has described her victory at Thursday's Stockholm Diamond League meet was an emotional one. Williams Mills was one of two Jamaican winners at the meet, clocking an ...RJR News Online, 5 days ago ATHLETICS: Carter, Williams-Mills secure victories at Stockholm Diamond League meeting Power 106, 5 days ago ATHLETICS: McPherson, Williams-Mills showdown in Stockholm Power 106, 5 days ago ATHLETICS: Seven Jamaicans to compete at Stockholm Diamond League on Thursday Power 106, 1 week ago
Britain's Chijindu Ujah finished third in the Stockholm Diamond League 100m as World bronze medallist Nesta Carter took victory in 9.96 seconds. Ujah, omitted from the individual 100m at the Commonwealth Games and European Championships, clocked ...BBC, 5 days ago Ujah third as Carter goes sub-10 in Stockholm ESPN.co.uk, 5 days ago Ujah wins first Diamond League medal Howzit MSN, 5 days ago
GLASGOW: Yohan Blake's return from injury ended in despair as the Jamaican sprinter suffered a hamstring injury during the Glasgow Diamond League meeting on Friday. Blake, the second-fastest man in history, has been plagued by fitness issues for ...Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago Blake flops, Ashmeade triumphs Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Ahye claims 100m at Glasgow meet Saudi Gazette, 1 month ago Injury woes for Blake, Ashmeade wins 100m title The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
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First there was Asafa Powell, who set a new 100m world record back in 2005. He was overtaken by Usain Bolt at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. And since his rise, Bolt has been challenged by a long line-up of young Jamaican speedsters — Yohan Blake, ...NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago Is Jamaica's sprinting dominance about to end? My Zoo, 1 month ago
Former world 100-metre record holder Asafa Powell and Veronica Campbell-Brown are among 10 Jamaicans who are on the provisional entry lists for the Zurich Diamond League meeting in Switzerland on Thursday. Powell, who clocked 9.87 seconds in ...Power 106, 19 hours ago Asafa Powell pulls out of Paris Diamond League meeting Modern Ghana, 1 month ago Asafa Powell races Carter at IAAF Diamond League Modern Ghana, 1 month ago He's back: Asafa Powell races Carter at IAAF Diamond League Modern Ghana, 1 month ago
Spencer Kaliese Spencer secured her fourth Diamond League title in the last five seasons with an impressive win in the 400 metre hurdles at the Birmingham Diamond League meeting in the United Kingdom yesterday. She was among four Jamaicans who ...Jamaica Star, 2 days ago Four Jamaican victories at Birmingham Diamond League meet RJR News Online, 2 days ago Ashmeade in blanket photofinish...Blake is hurt RJR News Online, 1 month ago Child's play for Spencer, Harper-Nelson cleans up in Birmingham IAAF Diamond League IAAF, 1 day ago
Newly crowned Commonwealth Games 400 metre champion Stephanie Ann McPherson is among seven Jamaicans down to compete at the Stockholm Diamond League meet on Thursday in Sweden. McPherson will battle fellow Jamaicans Novlene Williams-Mills and ...RJR News Online, 6 days ago Commonwealth champs head Jamaica seven Jamaica Star, 6 days ago
Usain Bolt Competing at the Commonwealth Games, but the Jamaican Dominance May Be Over. Usain Bolt is only running the 4×100 meter relay in the Commonwealth Games, and that's it. He will not take part in the 100 or 200 this year at the ...ECanadaNow, 1 month ago Bolt just turns up to steal the show Melbourne Age, 1 month ago Bolt to run at Rio, Gatlin race unlikely Saudi Gazette, 1 month ago
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Jamaica's Carrie Russell and Carina Horn of South Africa ended in a sensational tie in the women's 100 metres at the Gugl Games in Linz, Austria, yesterday. Both women clocked 11.21 seconds. American Shalonda Solomon took third in 11.25. In the ...Jamaica Star, 1 month ago
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