The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has signed a Memorandum of Strategic Alliance with World Eleven Incorporated and Argentina Football Association (AFA) with the goal of exploiting advantages offered by the AFA’s Technology Institute and developing football in Jamaica. A first between World Eleven and a Caribbean

President of the Jamaica Basketball Association (JABA), Paulton Gordon, said that it will cost approximately $14 million to host a pre-Olympic qualification camp for the men’s national team before the start of the qualifiers next year. Gordon revealed that there are more than 30 professional Jamaican

Jamaica Paralympic Association president Christopher Samuda has said that the spirit of the Paralympics has given rise to the birth of the country’s first parasports foundation, which was established in western Jamaica on Wednesday. Speaking at the official launch of the St James Parasports Foundation (StJPF)

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