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Jamaica has ended the 2015 World Championships with 12 medals - seven gold, two silver and three bronze. This is one fewer than the 2013 Moscow haul of 13 medals. Usain Bolt is the only athlete with two individual gold.

Jamaica's Novelene Williams Mills ran a fine anchor leg in the women's 4X400m relays to secure gold for the quartet which also comprised Christine Day, Shericka Jackson and Stephenie Ann McPherson. It was the first time since 2001 that...

Jamaica's women delivered another historic performance to cop the country's seventh gold when they beat the rest of the world in the 2015  IAAF World Championships 4X400m final. In the men's equivalent, Javon Francis ran a...

A historic four women in the 2015  IAAF World Championships 400m final means Jamaica are a favourite to win  a medal in the IAAF World Championships 4X400 relays. The Jamaican women will  be running from lane 6 in the final. The...

The Clarendon parish Council says it is taking no chances in relation to the rains associated with Erika and has activated its disaster preparedness mechanisms. Chairman of the Clarendon parish council, and mayor of May Pen, Scean Barnswell told...

American Justin Gatlin has declared that he will always be ready to challenge sprint superstar Usain Bolt. "What defined these championships is that Usain Bolt always brings it and Justin Gatlin never backs down," the American told...

The Meteorological Service of Jamaica says the remnants of Erika is producing an area of clouds with isolated thunderstorms across Hispaniola to the east of Jamaica and northward across Cuba. It says the trough will continue to move westward away...

Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has hailed the Jamaican male and female relay teams for adding two more gold medals to Jamaica’s tally. Jamaica now has 11 medals comprising six gold, two silver and three bronze. From left: Elaine...

The 100m hurdles silver medallist, Germany's Cindy Roleder has apologised for her apparent snub of Jamaican Shermaine Williams after the event on Friday. But several social media followers have rejected the apology as "fake"....

HAVANA (AP): Tropical Storm Erika dissipated early today, even as its remnants began drenching parts of eastern Cuba. But it left devastation in its path, killing at least 20 people and leaving another 31 missing on the small eastern Caribbean...

Officials of The Netherlands have backed down after lodging a protest against Jamaica's 4X100 male relay team. The Dutch officials had contended that team captain Asafa Powell impeded their athlete. The Dutch said Powell crossed lanes when...
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