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Quarter-miler McPherson to be upgraded to bronze from Moscow World Championships

Jamaican female quarter-miler Stephanie Ann McPherson will be awarded the bronze medal from the IAAF World Championships in Moscow, Russia, next Friday on the opening day of the London World Championships, four years later following the disqualification of Russia's Antonina Krivoshapka who had... Read More

Ambassador Stephenson wows St Catherine FA

Friday, July, 28 2017    

Following meetings with the St Catherine Football Association on Monday by five Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) presidential hopefuls, it appears former KSAFA boss Ambassador Stewart Stephenson has made the strongest case in getting their... Read More

Track and Field News forecasts nine medals for Jamaica in London

Friday, July, 28 2017    

Well -respected American track and field publication, Track and Field News is forecasting nine medals, including four gold, for Jamaica at the IAAF World Championships that starts in Stratford, London in a week's... Read More

Kudos to the Boyz, but now 'Tappa' wants to set course for future

IAN BURNETT SPORT EDITOR | Friday, July, 28 2017    

SAN JOSE, California — Jamaica's Head Coach Theodore Whitmore, while accepting well-deserved commendations for his team's surprise second-place finish at the just-concluded CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament, is now ready to chart a long-term course to make the Reggae Boyz an even more... Read More

Jamaican-born Super Bowl winner Jones makes another 'Touchdown'

Friday, July, 28 2017    

Jamaican -born Sean Jones ventured into the unfamiliar territory of American Football and succeeded at the highest level. Read More

Typewriter returns in torrid Overnight

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, July, 28 2017    

 Typewriter, now at age eight, makes his 2017 seasonal entry tomorrow in a torrid Overnight Allowance event over seven and a half furlongs (1,500m). Read More

Apollo Bay should hold court in juvenile race

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, July, 28 2017    

Seven two-year-olds, the largest juvenile field thus far this year, are entered to face the starter tomorrow over four furlongs straight (800m). Read More

Ricketts shoots for strengthening of parish associations

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, July, 28 2017    

A less autocratic approach and empowering football parish associations, and by extension the clubs, are priorities for Michael Ricketts, one of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) presidential contenders. Read More

Together again

BY HUrBUN WILLIAMS Observer reporter | Friday, July, 28 2017    

The 50-year-old Jamaica Racehorse Trainers Association (JRTA) and the United Racehorse Trainers Association of Jamaica Ltd (URTA) which represent the majority of licensed racehorse trainers at Caymanas Park have reached an agreement in principle to merge both entities into one... Read More

Talented Tony K the choice

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, July, 28 2017    

Despite the presence of Horse of the Year Seeking My Dream in the five- furlong (1,000m) straight Reggae Trophy, tomorrow's feature race at the Park, it is highly unlikely that he will come out a winner. Read More

SEEKING MY DREAM: The leading money earner

BY OBSERVER RACING WRITER | Friday, July, 28 2017    

Horse of the Year, Seeking My Dream enters tomorrow's Reggae Trophy with the surety that he will improve on his stakes earnings and thereby increase his lead as the all-time leader in stakes won by any horse to ever race in... Read More

WHAT THEY SAY: Trevor Dunkley Snr - Racehorse owner

Friday, July, 28 2017    

When did start your career as an owner? Read More



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