Woodleigh's Fast and Furious 4 turned out to be a thrilling affair at the May Pen range on Sunday.
Trigger fingers will be on rapid at Woodleigh on Sunday when Jamaica's top pistol shooters, including overseas-based Lesgar 'Speedy' Murd
Jamaica's combined martial arts team captain, Nicholas Dusard, has been hospitalised since Sunday after aggravating a shoulder injury dur
BOOSTED by the success of Jamaica's junior fighters on home soil at August's International Taekwon-Do Federation World Cup, followed by g
CAYMANAS TRACK LIMITED's (CTL) security contractor Jason McKay yesterday said trespassers on Caymanas Park's electricity grid will face a
MICROWEIGHT Ackeem Lawrence has eyes on next May's International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) World Championships in Italy after returning
EXCELSIOR High School student Delano Francis rewrote local martial arts history for the second time in two months by adding the Internati
JAMAICA's coloured belt fighters on Friday got off to a flying start at the October 23-26 International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) Pan-A
LESGAR ‘Speedy’ Murdock finished as the highest-placed Jamaican in the Open Division at the recent International Practical Shooting Confe
CAYMANAS Track Limited's (CTL) security detail, McKay Security, and the St Catherine South police on Wednesday carried out operations to
BY normal tae kwon do standards, when most kids start practising the martial art between 10 and 12 years old, Akino Lindsay is the prover
JAMAICA's junior fighters' success at home during the August 26-30 International Taekwon-do Federation World Cup has been described by Ja
FRANFIELD yesterday outclassed his 10 overnight allowance rivals to win his second mile race at Caymanas Park in a month.
OLYMPIAN Kenneth Edwards Edwards, renowned for his performances on tae kwon do mats around the world, has been making his mark as a coach
JAMAICA?s masters fighter, Jason McKay, won silver at last weekend?s International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) New York Open, going down
JAMAICA's swing as a destination for sports tourism scored a hole-in-one this week when separate groups of travel agents from the United