|Ja's Silver Saturday
OSAKA, Japan: MAURICE SMITH captured a historic silver medal in the decathlon while thewomen's and men's sprint relays were both second as Jamaica enjoyed a memorable night on yesterday's penultimate day of competition...
False start mars meet
YESTERDAY'S RACE meet at Caymanas Park was marred by a false start in the sixth race over 1200 metres for maiden three-year-olds which was caused by a malfunctioning of the starting gates.Unlike previous false starts...
'St Bess' continue winning streak
SUPER CUP champions St. Elizabeth continued their impressive run of form in local cricket this season by whipping St. James by 10 wickets in the fourth round of the All-Island limited overs competition at Alpart yesterday.
Defar takes title
OSAKA, Japan, (Reuters): ETHIOPIA'S OLYMPIC champion and world record holder Meseret Defar clinched her first world title with a decisive victory in the 5,000 metres yesterday.The 23-year-old was left as the overwhelming favourite for the race after...
Countback launches Walker to gold
OSAKA, Japan, (Reuters): BRAD WALKER of the United States beat Romain Mesnil of France on a countback to win the men's pole vault at the World Championships yesterday.
Young Pole overwhelms Sharapova
NEW YORK (AP): BOTHERED BY swirling winds and a teen's surprising moxie, Maria Sharapova was completely lost.Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland pulled off the stunning upset yesterday, beating the defending U.S.
Wrong move, Mr President
WEST INDIES cricket is suffering from two major problems: one of them is the hostility between the board and the players association; another is the poor standard of West Indies cricket and thus the poor performance of the West Indies team.