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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Friday | August 18, 2006

Keliese Spencer snares Jamaica's first gold medal
BEIJING, China: LED BY Kaliese Spencer's gold, Jamaica picked up three medals on yesterday's third day of the 11th IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships here at the Chaoyang Sport Centre. Spencer secured Jamaica's first 400m hurdles gold...

Digicel Cup kicks off next month

THE SECOND Digicel Caribbean Football Cup was launched yesterday at the Terra Nova Hotel in Kingston with the organisers promising a bigger and better tournament. The tournament kicks off on September 2 and runs until February 11 and will include 25 teams


HORSE SENSE: Cream alawys rise to the top

This is even more true in the Sport of Kings. Here at Saratoga the best compete with the best and this is what makes the spectacle so interesting. Todd Pletcher has already established himself at the top of the trainers standing.


Rose hat-trick buries Bull Bay

A FIRST-half hat-trick from Harbour View's Andre Rose guided their Under-13s to a 4-1 win over Bull Bay, while both teams' Under-17s played to a 0-0 stalemate in Tuesday's doubleheader of the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association's (KSAFA) Under-13


FROM THE BOUNDARY: Don't do it - at least not with the people's money

IN MANY respects, sport and Jamaica goes hand in hand, and for the simple reason that Jamaicans love sport, that Jamaicans are gifted in sport and that Jamaicans have excelled in almost every sport.


United States ready to flex their muscles at world basketball championship

A HUNGRY United States team has ditched style for substance as they seek to restore pride at the world basketball championship after six years of hurt. Ego and trash-talk have been replaced by teamwork and hustle by a young US squad...


Barbados claim edge over Jamaica

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): BARBADOS BROKE down stubborn lower-order resistance from Jamaica to gain a first-innings lead in their TCL Group West Indies Under-19 third-round match at Everest yesterday. After being dismissed for 241, Barbados' bowlers...


Key women's showdown looms today in under-19 cricket championships

JAMAICA COULD force a three-way tie and possibly lead the women's Under-19 cricket championships to be decided by a calculator if they can muster victory today in their final clash of the tournament against Barbados at Elletson Road.


Pagon through to Open quarter-finals

NUMBER ONE seed Dwayne Pagon booked his spot in the men's Open quarter-finals of the Bank of Nova Scotia Amateur Tennis Championship following a straight sets win over Allie McNab at the Liguanea Club courts on Wednesday night.




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