Sun | Feb 17, 2019

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Aisha Praught-Leer believes that in the near future, Jamaica will start to enjoy the same amount of success in the long- and middle-distance races as it is currently having in the sprints and field events. And the Commonwealth Games champion in the...

Amid a rising swirl of concern over instances of sexual and physical abuse and neglect of athletes at the hands of their coaches, Children’s Advocate Diahann Gordon Harrison and legal officer at the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual...

After Governor General Sir Patrick Allen’s Throne Speech in Parliament on Thursday, where it was said that the Government is considering laws to regulate sponsorship from alcohol brands, one stakeholder is concerned about what it may mean for...

Principal of Kingston College (KC) Dave Myrie said he has no regrets over his decision to allow injured middle-distance star Ari Rodgers to participate in last year’s ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup competition. The Uganda-born Rodgers, who is yet...

Wilford ‘Billy’ Heaven, president of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA), described as “outdated” the proposed hands-on style being promised by presidential hopeful Mark Neita. The two will contest local cricket’s...

The decision by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to ban Windies pacer Shannon Gabriel for four one-day internationals has been on everyone’s lips over the past few days. Gabriel was sanctioned because he was said to have breached...

Despite topweight 126lb, Richard Azan’s MONEY MAGNET is the horse to beat in this afternoon’s Eileen Cliggott Memorial at six and a half furlongs, facing four rivals, including Anthony Nunes’ duo of HOUDINI’S MAGIC and...

Just last week, an article in THE STAR titled ‘US collegiate still the best option’ quoted veteran coach and president of Racers Track Club, Dr The Hon Glen Mills, as suggesting that attending overseas (I am assuming US)...

After taking some time to find his goalscoring form this season, last season’s runner-up in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) scorer’s race, Fabian Reid, has found his scoring boots this campaign and has climbed to the top of the...

When the starter’s pistol cracks for the first time on the final day of Western Championships in Santa Cruz today, Petersfield High will start atop the male team standings. It’s a position the school’s coach, Machel Woolery, hopes...
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