KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police Commissioner Owen Ellington this week informed members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) that all requests for information from the Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) regarding drivers’ licences, Tax Registration Number (TRN) and the Automated Motor Vehicle Systems (AMVS) should b ...more »
LAKE PLACID, New York (AP) — Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones has posted an impressive start at the US bobsled team selection races.
Seeking a push-athlete spot, Jones and pilot Jazmine Fenlator finished second in the opening night of selection races Saturday, their combined two-run time of one minute, 57.01 seconds just 0.05 seconds behind Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans (1:56.96). It was Jones’ competitive bobsled debut.
Greubel and Evans set a track push record of 5.43 seconds. Evans won the national push championships earlier this season.
Nick Cunningham and Johnny Quinn (1:54.51) won the first series of two-man races, followed by Cory Butner and Jesse Beckom (1:54.58) and Codie Bascue and Nic Taylor (1:55.04).
Veteran pilots Steven Holcomb and Elana Meyers have byes onto the national team.
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