Gold rush in Glasgow - Jamaica sweep women's 400m, win triple jump, 110m hurdles in glittering Commonwealth Games display

GLASGOW, Scotland:Glasgow, cue the Bob Marley, the Jamaicans are taking over!That's how it seemed anyway, as a historic women's 400 metres medal sweep yesterday, plus podium-topping performances by Kimberly Williams and Andrew Riley meant Jamaica won...

Sunshine Girls ready for NZ test

GLASGOW, Scotland: Jamaica's Sunshine Girls will look to tie up top spot in Pool A when they face defending champions New Zealand in Commonwealth Games netball action at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre this morning at 11:30 (5:30 a.m.

Coach full of hope for Jamaica's boxers

GLASGOW, Scotland:Coach Dewith Fraser is convinced that the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games experience has been a positive one for Jamaica's boxers and believes all support should be given to the team here heading into next year's Pan American...

Russell stakes claim in senior ranks

GLASGOW, Scotland:A dominant figure as a schoolgirl at Holmwood Technical, Jamaica's 400-metre hurdler, Janieve Russell, is determined to make her mark at the senior level.She is well on her way to doing so...

Hyde targets Youth Olympic record

After dominating the field to win the gold medal in the men's 400m hurdles at the 15th World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon, United States, on Saturday, Jaheel Hyde now has his sights set on winning the event at next month's World Youth Olympic Games ...

We did our best - Kerr says athletes excelled under trying circumstances at World Champs

"We did our best," summed up Michael Kerr, the head coach of Jamaica's team to this year's World Junior Championships, which ended on Sunday in Eugene, Oregon.The Jamaicans, who...

Jamaica Tallawahs aim to rebound

Coach of Jamaica Tallawahs, Mickey Arthur, is pleased with the performance of the team so far, as they look to retain the Limacol Caribbean Premier League (CPL) cricket trophy....

Taylor looking to hit stride at right moment

After spending almost three years out of the game with a chronic back injury, it has been a slow, step-by-step rehabilitation process for West Indies and Jamaica Tallawahs pace bowler Jerome Taylor.But, following somewhat...

U15 coach vows to 'fight to the end'

Jamaica's coach, Oral Simpson, has refused to throw in the towel on their title challenge for the 2014 West Indies Under-15 Championship.Currently fourth on the points table with 13, Jamaica are 5.8 points off leaders...

Williams satisfies podium dream

GLASGOW, Scotland:Jamaican triple jumper Kimberly Williams had always wanted to stand on top of a podium, wondering to herself on many occasions what it would feel like to watch the flag hoisted and the anthem blaring in the background.She also always...

KC, Glenmuir to grace Knox Cup

Football fans can get a sneak preview of at least two of the top teams that will participate in the upcoming schoolboy season, when Brooks Park in Mandeville host the inaugural Knox Cup, starting this morning....

India 323-8 at close

SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP):England's bowling attack reduced India to 323-8 in ideal batting conditions yesterday to leave the home side with a commanding lead of 246 runs at the end of day three of the third Test at the Rose Bowl.

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