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Wilson's Sprintec cops first global senior Adds to his national honour

London , England — Jamaica's Head Coach Maurice Wilson could not have been a happier man as his Sprintec Track Club got its first senior international medal to add to the national honour of the Order of Distinction, Commander Class, to which he was recently... Read More

Coe rejects responsibility for public opinion after Gatlin booed
London , England — President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lord Sebastian Coe said he cannot control public opinion and who gets booed after fielding a question that another drug offender was in the 100m race other than Justin...... Read More

More than 100 expected at Foska Oats/Melbourne Cricket Summer Camp
APPROXIMATELY 100 children are expected to participate in the 2017 Foska Oats/Melbourne Cricket Club Summer Camp which got under way last Monday.... Read More

Troy, Carron Hall High to debut in 2017 daCosta Cup
Newcomers Troy High from southern Trelawny and Carron Hall High from St Mary will make their debut in the ISSA/Flow daCosta Cup competition which is set to kick off on September 9 at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.... Read More

Special Olympics basketballers join Digicel NBA Jumpstart camp

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

With dreams of redemption and scoring gold at the 2019 World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, Jamaica's National Special Olympics Basketball team was very eager to jump at the opportunity to get some time in with top international coaches from the NBA at the Digicel NBA... Read More

FSU make light work of Jamaica Select team with 116-78 win

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

After their blowout 116-78 win over the Minto 79ers, a Jamaica Select team on Monday night, the visiting Florida State University (FSU) will be aiming to wrap up the two-game pre-season contest at the National Indoor Sports Centre today. Read More

Abortion revelation helped others — Richards-Ross

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — American athletics great Sanya Richards-Ross says revealing in her autobiography she had an abortion on the eve of leaving for the 2008 Beijing Olympics has helped the healing process for many women. Read More

No thanks!

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

London , United Kingdom (AFP) — Burton Manager Nigel Clough has laughed off Albion Chairman Ben Robinson's claim that his Championship club wanted to offer a trial to sprint legend Usain Bolt. Read More

Christie, Clarke share lead at CAC Youth Chess Champs

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

At the end of round six of the 15th Central American and Caribbean Youth Chess Championships, currently taking place in Panama City, Panama, Jamaica's National Under-16 champion Joshua Christie is tied for first place in the Under-16 Championship with Cuban FIDE Master (FM) Raynner Amaro... Read More

Ramdin puts TKR clear at top after win over Patriots

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – Denesh Ramdin struck an unbeaten half-century as Trinbago Knight Riders pulled off a four-wicket win over St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, and end the visitors' three-match unbeaten run here Monday night. Read More

Law hails 'high quality' Windies captain Holder

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

LONDON, England (CMC) – Head coach Stuart Law has praised the character of Test captain Jason Holder and says he could be an effective leader over the next decade in West Indies cricket. Read More

US, Canada, Mexico 2026 bid inviting venue submissions

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

Los Angeles , United States (AFP) — The United States, Mexico and Canada's bid for the 2026 World Cup on Tuesday invited 44 cities across the three nations to declare an interest in staging games at the football extravaganza, a statement said. Read More

Five drugs found in Woods' system after arrest

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

Los Angeles, United States (AFP) — Tiger Woods had five drugs, including the opioid painkiller hydrocodone, in his system when he was arrested in May on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a toxicology report released Monday. Read More

Sharapova receives US Open wildcard for first post-ban Slam

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

New York, United States (AFP) — Five-time major champion Maria Sharapova of Russia will play her first Grand Slam event since serving a 15-month doping suspension after receiving a wildcard yesterday into the US Open. Read More

Woakes eyes England return at Edgbaston

Wednesday, August, 16 2017    

Birmingham, United Kingdom (AFP) — Chris Woakes is desperate to put weeks of injury frustration behind him by making an England return on his Edgbaston home ground later this week. Read More



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