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Founder and head coach of SWEPT Track Club Okeile Stewart believes that the addition of Jamaican hurdler Jaheel Hyde to his training group will lead to a return to form for the 22-year-old, who is looking to kick-start his career after a ­...
Bernard

Wolmer’s Boys, who are seeking their first Manning Cup title in over 20 years, will face a true test of their title credentials when they go up against dark horses, St Catherine High in the first of two Second Round first-leg ties at the Spanish...
Blake

A hot topic swirling around in the country’s track and field circles concerns the future of two of Jamaica’s elite sprinters. Neither 2011 100m world champion Yohan Blake nor the Rio 2016 double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson can be satisfied...

It is customary to find Brian ‘Spuddy’ Rickman commentating on Heroes Day racing from Caymanas Park, as he has done for over 30 years. It would take something serious or massive to get him away from the track. So count receiving a national award as...

West Indies cricket legends Clive Lloyd and Michael Holding are urging Caribbean fans to be patient with new head coach Phil Simmons and captain Kieron Pollard as the regional side begins yet another era of leadership, starting with an away series...

SUPERLUMINAL used his proven class to turn back five Anthony Nunes runners, including Triple Crown winner SUPREME SOUL, in the seven-and-a-half furlong Fontainbleu Trophy, leaving the leading trainer winless on the 10-race card yesterday. SUPREME...

Western Bureau St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) head coach Omar ‘Rambo’ Wedderburn is playing down his team’s billing of ‘favourites’ to advance to the semi-finals of the ISSA/WATA DaCosta Cup. Instead, Wedderburn says he is taking it...

In the beginning, the aim of sports was to “use, maintain or improve physical ability and skill, while providing enjoyment to participants and, in some cases, entertainment for spectators”. Today, that aim is only seen in interform and interhouse...

Nelson 'Chris' Stokes made history in 1988 being a part of the Bobsled team that qualified for Jamaica's first-ever Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, Canada.  

One of Jamaica’s most decorated athletes is now cast in bronze. The statue of multiple-times Olympic and World champion Veronica Campbell-Brown was unveiled last night in a ceremony at Independence Park that celebrated her achievements, as well as...
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