Athletics

Knibb breaks national women's discus record

PHILDELPHIA, United States — Kellion Knibb broke the Jamaica women's discus throw record for the second time in a week after she retained her title yesterday at the 123rd Penn Relays Carnival. She threw 62.07 metres to lead a clean sweep of the first four places by... Read More

Girls sizzle on Penn Relays opening day
PHILADELPHIA, United States — The Jamaican high school girls had one of their best first days in years at the Penn Relays after spectacular displays yesterday at the 123rd staging at historic Franklin Field on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.In...... Read More

Jamaican boys look to emulate girls at Relay Carnival
PHILADELPHIA, United States — The Jamaican boys will have big foot steps to follow today as they start their quest for honours at the 123rd Penn Relays Carnival at Franklin Field in Philadelphia after an outstanding day from the girls on yesterday's first full day of...... Read More

John Mills into early lead at Junior High Champs
JOHN Mills have taken an early lead on the first day of the 2017 Institute of Sports/Primary, All-Age and Junior High Schools Athletics Championships with after five finals held at National Stadium East yesterday. Action continues this morning, starting at 9:00.... Read More

Sixteen schools for INSPORTS All-Age and Junior High Athletics Champs

BY GERALD REID Observer Writer | Monday, April, 24 2017   

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Hughes aims for elusive sub-20 clocking at JN Racers Grand Prix

BY SHERDON COWAN Observer staff reporter cowans@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, April, 24 2017   

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Photo: Glorious!

Sunday, April, 23 2017   

Student athletes from the south-central region were outstanding as Jamaica again outclassed the Caribbean region at track and field’s junior level, topping the Carifta Games medal table for the 33rd year in a row. Jamaica won 86 medals for the third-straight year, finishing with... Read More

Organisers anticipate huge numbers for Jakes Off-Road Triathlon

Sunday, April, 23 2017   

Organisers of the 22nd staging of the annual Jakes Off-Road Triathlon are anticipating an excellent turnout in their continued bid to raise funds for the Treasure Beach community in St Elizabeth. Read More

Bronze, bronze and more bronze

BY HOWARD WALKER Observer Senior staff reporter | Sunday, April, 23 2017   

Bronze was the medal of choice last night of Jamaican athletes as they competed on the second and final night of the World Relays Championships held in The Bahamas. Read More

Silver for the 4x100m ladies

BY HOWARD WALKER Observer senior staff reporter | Sunday, April, 23 2017   

Jamaica’s women won silver in the 4x100m behind a resurgent Germany as the World Relays in The Bahamas concluded yesterday. Read More

Photo: Relay Silver

Sunday, April, 23 2017   

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Odean Skeen becomes 15th Jamaican man to go under 10:00 secs in 100m

BY PAUL A REID Observer Writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com | Saturday, April, 22 2017   

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Men’s 4x100m quartet flop

BY HOWARD WALKER Observer senior staff reporter | Saturday, April, 22 2017   

A botched second-leg exchange between Kemar Bailey-Cole and Jevaughn Minzie ruined Jamaica’s chances in the Men’s 4x100m relay at the World Relays in The Bahamas last night. Read More

Racers Grand Prix tickets go on sale May 1

BY HOWARD WALKER Senior staff reporter | Saturday, April, 22 2017   

Online e-tickets for the JN Bank Racers Grand Prix set for June 10 at the National Stadium go on sale on Monday, May 1. Read More



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