There may still be a few weeks left to go before the big show, but triple Olympic champion and world-record holder Usain Bolt has already thought about his Olympic Games victory speech.
Wes Hall, the legendary West Indies fast bowler of the 1960s who helped to birth successive generations of great Caribbean pace men, has been knighted in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
World Youth Olympic champion Odean Skeen has the opportunity to capture another global title after outclassing a quality field to capture the boys' Under-20 100 metres on yesterday's opening day of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA)/Supreme Ventures National Junior Trials being held at the National Stadium.
West Indies' highly touted batting line-up flattered to deceive, suffering a now familiar collapse to send the Caribbean side tumbling to a heavy 114-run defeat in the opening one-day international against England here yesterday.
After crushing South Africa by 15 goals in Friday night's opening match, Jamaica's Sunshine Girls will be aiming to wrap up their three-Test Jamaica Netball Association (JNA)/Supreme Ventures Sunshine Series when both teams clash in game two today.
Prime Minister (PM) Portia Simpson Miller has expressed sadness at the passing of former Olympian George Kerr. He was 75. Kerr had a heart attack and stayed alive in ICU for several days until he succumbed to complications last Friday.
Seven parishes that have witnessed a downturn in sugar cultivation are set to receive an infrastructural boost, with an emphasis on sports. A total of $213.7 million has been earmarked to restore and rehabilitate 12 sports facilities in sugar-dependent areas.
The third and final Test of the West Indies tour of England ended in the rain of Birmingham with three days rained out and leaving England comfortably winners of the series after the home team had won the first two Test matches by five and 10 wickets, respectively.
The Netherlands are ready to gamble that they can beat Portugal by two goals and keep Cristiano Ronaldo quiet in the teams' last group match at the European Championship today.
Greece surged into the European Championship quarter-finals, defeating Russia 1-0 yesterday on a goal by Giorgos Karagounis just before half-time.
Truth be told, Usain Bolt may not have represented Jamaica at the last Olympics in the 200 metres because of the No False Start Rule, if he had been disqualified from the National Championships for what appeared to have been a breach.
Petr Jiracek scored a second-half winner to give the Czech Republic a 1-0 victory over Poland yesterday and a place in the quarter-finals of the European Championship.
South African fast bowler, Mahkaya Ntini, has been confirmed for the T20 Jamaica 50 Classic set for this August 18 and 19 at Sabina Park.
St Catherine Cricket Club yesterday registered first innings honours over St Catherine Cricket Association to all but secure a spot in the quarter-finals of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) Senior Cup.
Former champion jockey Shane Ellis stole the show at Caymanas Park yesterday with four winners, including 'Horse of the Year' SAINT CECELIA, who won the Eileen Cliggott Memorial Trophy grade one feature over 1300 metres in impressive fashion.
Out-of-favour senior team leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo made a welcome return to form as West Indies A had the better of the exchanges on the opening day of the decisive third unofficial Test against India A here Saturday.
At this point a year ago, LeBron James and Dwayne Wade were using words like urgency and desperation. And that's exactly what the Miami Heat expect the Oklahoma City Thunder to bring into Game Three of this year's NBA Finals.
SOUTHAMPTON, England: Dwayne Smith said he would use every opportunity given to try to prove himself and secure a steady place in the West Indies team.