Defending women's 60m champion Veronica Campbell-Brown will look to bring back some smiles to Jamaican faces, after a miserable opening day for her compatriots, when she makes her entry at the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships inside the Atakoy Arena in Istanbul, Turkey, today.
Campion College and St Catherine High will resume their battle for first-innings honours in their two-day ISSA/Grace Shield Premier League semi-final clash at Campion today, after both teams ended yesterday's first day on level footing.
The expanding influence of Jamaicans on North America's top professional football league will be on show when Major League Soccer (MSL) kicks off its 2012 season this weekend.
Prolific West Indies opener Stafanie Taylor is now the world's top-ranked women's batsman.
Slow down to get faster. Dwight Thomas has heard the experts' advice. In the quirky, contradictory and often unpredictable world of his sport, Jamaica's best prospect for a medal in the men's 110 metres hurdles at this summer's Olympic Games respects the purists.
The curtain comes down on the Henkel-sponsored Sistas skittles singles championship tomorrow with the quarter-finals, semis and final at Mystix Sports Bar, 783/4 Hagley Park Road, starting at 1 p.m.
After representing Jamaica for over a decade in senior international competition, Jamaican sprinter Aleen Bailey is eyeing "new things" as she targets one more Olympic Games and IAAF World Championships before hanging up her spikes and calling it a day in 2013.
As 'old time' people used to say, "You can take them out of Jamaica, but you cannot take the Jamaican out of them." OK, maybe old time people didn't in fact say that; it doesn't matter anyway. I am saying it now, so take heed.
The Thornbird Stakes, the final prep for the 1000 Guineas on April 7, takes place at Caymanas Park today and a battle royal is expected between the top two, TRINITHETUTOR and CLASSIC PRINCESS.
Jamaica Boxing Board general secretary, Leroy Brown, has been selected by the International Boxing Association (AIBA), to be one of the International Technical Officials at the Asian Olympic Qualifying tournament to be held in Astana, Kazakhstan, from April 4-13.
Jamaican sprint hurdler Vonette Dixon was a mere shell of a person, as she dragged herself through the mixed zone to greet journalists, who were as puzzled as she was, following her 60m hurdles attempt at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Istanbul, Turkey.
Kimberly Williams had to endure the longest 20 minutes or so of her life on yesterday's opening day of the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Istanbul, Turkey, as she waited anxiously to see if she had done enough to make the women's triple jump final.
Football's unifying effect was once again put to the test and has passed with flying colours, as the most popular global sport has been used to bring together warring factions in the Cassava Piece community.
A special prime ministerial subcommittee on cricket will sit down with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and other relevant stakeholders in a bid "to mediate" in the bitter and ongoing dispute between former Jamaica and West Indies captain Chris Gayle, following strong representation from Jamaica Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller and other leaders.
West Indies wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh stroked his 12th first-class century to haul Jamaica out of trouble on the opening day of their fifth-round clash against Trinidad and Tobago yesterday.
Defending champions Island Aquatics Synchro Club (IAS) dominated the March 2 and 3 IAS invitational competition held between local synchronised swimmers from Kingston and Portland and Synchro Paraguay.