Last season was a breakout one for Yohan Blake, who established himself as one of the top sprinters in the world, after he claimed the 100m World Championships title and followed that up with the second-fastest 200m in history,...
A timely five-wicket haul from Odean Brown and a well-played 155 from Donovan Pagon put Jamaica in a strong position heading into today's third day of their Regional Four-Day Tournament clash against the Leewards at Sabina Park.
More than 20 rural high schools from Eastern Jamaica are set to renew their rivalry at the 2012 Eastern Secondary Schools' Sports Association (ESSSA)/JNBS Track and Field Championships on February 20 and 21.
EXOTIC GOLD, having distinguished herself with eye-catching performances last season in the Supreme Ventures Triple Crown Series for two-year-olds, should open her 2012 campaign on a winning note in the Hot Line Stakes over 1200 metres for native-bred 3-y-o fillies at Caymanas Park today.
Asafa Powell's first indoor season since 2004 will continue today at the Aviva Grand Prix, inside Birmingham's National Indoor Arena.
The 2012 Bob Marley One Love charity football matches will be held next Wednesday at the Constant Spring Sports Complex, starting at 2 p.m.
MILAN (AP):Claudio Ranieri's job is hanging in the balance after a disastrous defensive performance saw his Inter Milan side lose 3-0 at home to struggling Bologna in Serie A.
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad (AP):Trinidad and Tobago's football federation said yesterday that it plans to sue former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner to recover millions of dollars in funds, including those slated...
In an effort to unearth talents for the national teams, the Jamaica Netball Association (JNA) is set to kick off a 'Star Search' drive across the island today.
LONDON (AP):A judge sentencing an English cricketer to jail yesterday accused Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria of pressuring teammates at county side Essex to fix matches.
SYDNEY (AP): Mahela Jayawardene smashed an unbeaten half-century to lead Sri Lanka to a commanding eight-wicket win over Australia and back into limited-overs tri-series finals contention yesterday.
Come tomorrow, an estimated 15,000 persons will line up for this year's renewal of the Pan Caribbean Sigma Run, which will this year benefit Chain of Hope Jamaica.
LONDON (AP):A London city watchdog has slammed the committee organising the 2012 Olympics for its ticket policy, arguing that the secrecy surrounding the allocation of Olympic tickets has undermined public confidence.
Minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for sports, Natalie Neita-Headley, has expressed the desire to see sports become a unifying factor in Jamaica.
Now that he has had a few days to think about it, 15-year-old Wolmerian, Christoffe Bryan, is just beginning to put his 2.20-metre leap at the recent Milo Western Relays into some perspective.
Sista skittles championshipAs the opening round of the Henkel-sponsored Sista singles skittles championship commenced last Sunday at Mystix Sports Bar, three former champions were knocked out.
Despite G.C. Foster's triumphs in the post-1908 Olympic meets in Britain, up until 1930 track and field athletics in Jamaica remained internally focused.
Mona Pelicans are advanced in their plans to dominate the University of the West Indies' (UWI) inaugural invitational hockey competition today at the UWI Mona Hockey Turf.
CHONBURI, Thailand (AP):Karrie Webb aced the 12th hole but left the course two holes later leading the LPGA Thailand by two strokes when rain halted the second round yesterday.
St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) and Vere Technical, who played the first final of the season - the Grace Knockout - continue to make good impressions towards the goal of landing the Headley Cup.
Two of Jamaica's most promising amateur boxers, Michael Gardner and Felice Groves, accompanied by their coach Carl Grant, leave the island this evening for Cardiff, Wales, to attend a training...
MOSCOW (AP):Russian club Anzhi Makhackala signed renowned Dutch coach Guus Hiddink to an 18-month contract yesterday.After signing the contract, Hiddink headed immediately to Turkey where the team was training.