Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) president, Ambassador A.B. Stewart Stephenson, remains undecided with regard to contesting the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) elections, denoting the issue as a bridge that cannot be crossed before it is reached.
Ja look good for 12 medals
The eyes of the sporting world will be focused on Osaka, Japan, for what is expected to be nine glorious days of track and field from August 25 to September 2.Jamaican athletes who have produced several outstanding performances...
Pick-9 to top $6.5m
Although the Rhoel Rhoden Memorial Trophy for maiden two-year-olds is the feature at Caymanas Park today, Pick-9 activity will take centre stage thanks to a $4.89 million carryover. Having eluded punters for the past seven...
Jamaica's best bets
ASAFA POWELL Under pressure to win his first global title, Asafa Powell has his work cut out for him at the 11th IAAF World Athletics Championships in Osaka, Japan, which opens next Saturday.Going into the event as the world record holder at 9.77, Powell...
Watts: stage set for Ja to do well
Jamaica's manager to the 11th IAAF World Championships, Ludlow Watts, believes the stage is set for his team, to do very well.
H View sweep NPL awards
Premier league champions Harbour View dominated proceedings at the Wray and Nephew National Premier League (NPL) awards ceremony at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Thursday night, collecting a total of six awards.The title holders...
Federer, Hewitt in semi-final clash
MASON, Ohio (AP):Roger Federer overcame a momentum-changing second set yesterday, recovering to beat Nicolas Almagro 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 in the quarter-finals of the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters.Federer will face Lleyton...
Confident Ja leave to defend crown
Defending champions Jamaica will leave the island today for the Cayman Islands to participate in this year's Caribbean Rugby Women's championships (CRW).
Windalco register crucial win
Defending champions Windalco whipped hosts St. Ann Bauxite 4-1 on Thursday night in a rescheduled match of the Inter-Bauxite men's table tennis competition, at Port Rhodes Sports Club (formerly Kaiser Sports Club).