Decision on bail should not be remit of politicians


Bolt effect drives business at Jamaican-flavoured Rhythm Kitchen


Thompson yearns for injury-free season to produce best form

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#WC2018: Poulsen winner for Denmark ruins Peru's World Cup return | 6/16/2018 1:14 pm

SARANSK, Russia (AFP) — Yussuf Poulsen ruined Peru's first appearance at a World Cup finals for 36 years on Saturday with the winning goal for Denmark to seal a 1-0 victory in Saransk. Poulsen made amends for conceding a first-half penalty that was awarded after the referee consulted the VAR system, but which Peru midfielder Christian Cueva blasted over the crossbar. With France having beaten Australia 2-1 in Kazan earlier in Group C, RB Leipzig's Poulsen showed great finishing to hit th More

Decision on bail should not be remit of politicians | 12/4/2017 9:00 pm

The right to bail has once more come to the fore as a result of pronouncements made by Prime Minister Andrew Holness and National Security Minister Robert “Bobby” Montague at the Jamaica Labour Party conference recently. I understand the prime minister and his minister to be saying that once a man is charged with a gun offence he should not be admitted to bail. These two senior members of the Government seem to have forgotten that we went down that road in the 70s and 80s with the G More

2017 IAAF World Champs | 8/16/2017 6:20 pm

To say the results of the IAAF World Championships that ended in London on Sunday was disappointing from a Jamaican perspective is to put it mildly. From the first full day when Usain Bolt was third in the men's 100m final, to the last two days when the country earned just one medal — a bronze in the relays — and only qualified three of four teams to the finals, was a massive shock to many and a big wake-up call. The pundits and experts predicted that the Jamaican team would realis More

Big boots to fill | 8/14/2017 9:30 pm

London , England — International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe believes with Usain Bolt's retirement the next face of track and field has big boots to fill and, more importantly, must be accessible. Coe was addressing journalists at a press conference on Sunday just before Bolt was given a grand farewell with a lap of honour inside the London Olympic Stadium. “What we are going to miss about Usain Bolt is not the three back-to-back Olympic Games More

Photo: Big boots to fill | 8/14/2017 9:00 pm

Retiring global track legend Usain Bolt (centre) greets International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe during a farewell ceremony at the conclusion of the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships inside the London Olympic Stadium on Sunday. (Photo: Collin Reid courtesy of Courts, Supreme Ventures and Jamaica Tourist Board) More

Photos: Through the lens of Collin Reid | 8/14/2017 8:30 pm

Usain Bolt greets IAAF president Sebastian Coe (right) during a special presentation where the track icon received a framed piece of lane seven of the London track he dominated at Olympics 2012. Usain Bolt does his famous 'Lightning Bolt' pose for the last time for fans as a competitor as he heads to retirement from track and field. Usain Bolt's father Wellesley Bolt and mother Jennifer Bolt interact with fans during a farewell party of the retiring sprint legend at the London Olympic Stadium More

Bolt effect drives business at Jamaican-flavoured Rhythm Kitchen | 8/14/2017 8:30 pm

LONDON, England — There is a zinc fence mural at the back with a painting of a black woman in a head wrap. On the fence was a menu that reads rice and peas, curry goat, and coconut water. There arecooking pots, ice coolers, condiments, sodas, juices, you name it. The scene has a look of somewhere in Jamaica, but in fact, it is inside the food court of Westfield Mall, Stratford, London. The eatery is Rhythm Kitchen, operated by Jamaican Delroy Dixon. Westfield Stratford City is a shoppin More

Thompson yearns for injury-free season to produce best form | 8/14/2017 9:30 pm

London , England — In a season that should have been her rehabilitation from persistent injuries, Yanique Thompson was just two hundredths of a second from making the women's 100m hurdles final at the London World Championships. Thompson clocked 12.88 seconds for third in her semi-final ahead of National champion Danielle Williams and just missed out as one of the fastest qualifiers. That spot went to world record holder Kendra Harrison of the USA, who was third in the last semi-final in More

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