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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Thursday | August 28, 2003

Silver lining for Jamaica
PARIS, France: THE FIFTH day of the ninth IAAF World Athletics Championships left Jamaica with a silver lining in Paris last night.

Pitterson gets coaching scholarship
JAMAICA SENIOR netball team captain Oberon Pitterson-Dunn leaves the island this week to pursue a 12-week coaching scholarship at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).


Cyclops wins feature
FORMER CHAMPION jockey Wesley Henry yesterday reminded leading apprentice Paul Francis he was still in the race for second place in the jockeys' championship, out-battling the hot rider in the 1820-metre third event with a stirring win aboard Desmond Shan


Coach Moravek resigns
THE JAMAICA Football Federation (JFF) yesterday lost a member of its coaching staff. American William 'Bill' Moravek, who was on technical director Carl Brown's staff, yesterday handed in his resignation.














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