President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), Lamine Diack says he is happy that the Jamaica Amateur Athletics Association (JAAA) cleared five top runners including Asafa Powell to compete at the World Championships.
Jamaica’s national senior football team is scheduled to arrive at the Norman Manley International Airport in another 15 minutes after defeating hosts St Kitts and Nevis 1-0 in an international friendly last night.
Beijing Olympic triple gold medallist Usain Bolt says he was not thinking about a world record when he lined up for the men’s 100-metre final on yesterday’s second day of the World Championship in Berlin, Germany.
The world athletics federation says it will wait until Monday before deciding whether four Jamaican athletes, who were cleared of doping offences by the Jamaica Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel earlier this week, can take part in the World Championships.
Veronica Campbell-Brown has put the injuries behind her and feels ready to claim a world championships sprint double, the two times Olympic 200 meters gold medalist said today, according to a report on www.reuters.com.
Hamilton Masakadza scored a maiden century and Brendan Taylor added 94 runs today to guide hosts Zimbabwe to a 69-run victory over Bangladesh in the third one-day international at the Queens Sports Club.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is expected to rule on the doping cases involving five Jamaican athletes today, just 24 hours before the opening of the world championships in Berlin, Germany.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said it will rule on the doping cases involving five Jamaican athletes before Saturday\'s opening of the world championships in Berlin, Germany.
Beijing Olympic triple gold medallist Usain Bolt said the Jamaican relay squad will not be affected by the fight over training camp attendance which almost saw anchor runner Asafa Powell cut from the squad.