The police are advising patrons attending the Jamaica Amateur Athletic Association National Senior Championships, which start today at the National Stadium, to observe certain security measures.
The West Indies Players\' Association (WIPA) has been assigned the image and intellectual property rights for 75 of its members.
The FIFA Goal Project will be relocated to the University of the West Indies (UWI) on six-and-half acres of land donated by the institution.
West Indies women had their chances of taking an unassailable lead in the One-Day series against Ireland disappeared, when rain washed out the second match yesterday.
The Jamaica Boxing Board of Control (JBBC) will not send a team to Trinidad and Tobago for the 2008 Caribbean Amateur Boxing Association (CABA) Championships.
Hawks registered a comfortable 102 to 66 victory over Tigers in Zone ‘B’ of the Lucozade Sport Men’s Basketball last night at the National Stadium courts.
West Indies pacer Fidel Edwards has withdrawn from his forthcoming assignment as Worcestershire’s overseas player because of injury.
Promising young batsman John Campbell is among 14 players selected to represent Jamaica at the 2008 TCL Group West Indies Under-19 tournament this summer.
West Indies’ all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been fined 20 percent of his match fee for showing dissent over his dismissal in the first One Day International against Australia yesterday in St Vincent.
Jamaica’s Under-21 netballers and the Australian Institute of Sports Under 21 team will face off in game one of their three-match series later today at the G.C. Foster College in Spanish Town.
Jamaican jockey Shaun Bridgmohan will return from injury today for six rides at Churchill Downs in Kentucky.
The Jamaica Rugby Union will stage a series of workshops with the first scheduled for August 9 to 10 at St. Mary High School.
Former convener of West Indies selectors Joey Carew believes the injured Chris Gayle should not play in the One-Day series.
West Indies and world champions Australia will face off today in the opening game of the Digicel five-match One-Day International Series at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in St. Vincent.
Jamaica’s National Under 20 women’s football team arrived home yesterday after failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
The NBA\'s Most Valuable Player Kobe Bryant and top-scorer LeBron James head the list of 12 players named by the United States for the Beijing Olympics.
Alumina Partners of Jamaica (Alpart) will sponsor a squad of 18 Under-14 schoolboy footballers to participate in the 2008 Norway Cup scheduled for July 21 to August 4 in Oslo.
St Andrew edged Sharpes 1-0 yesterday in the Jamaica Hockey Federation’s Division One Women’s Premier League at the Mona Hockey Turf.
Jane McGrath, wife of former Australian fast bowler Glen McGrath, has died after a long battle with breast cancer.
Jamaican Wavell Hinds hit an unbeaten 42 from 46 balls to lead Derbyshire to a seven-wicket victory over Leicestershire in their 20/20 Cup match at Derby in England yesterday.
Barbados sprint ace and Olympic medallist Obadele Thompson pulled up injured Saturday at the Barbados National Track and Field Championship.
Former 100-metre world record holder Asafa Powell is scheduled to run in Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow, his first race since a shoulder injury.
Former Olympic champion Linford Christie has claimed there is institutionalised racism in Britain.
Jamaica and Canada will face off this afternoon in their second Group ‘B’ game of the CONCACAF Under 20 Women’s Championship in Mexico.
Jamaica’s football technical director Rene Simoes is now travelling to Canada to view the World Cup qualifier between the host country and St Vincent and the Grenadines.