By Jon Coen
Existing on the outskirts of Kingston tucked into Bull Bay is a different kind of Jamaican paradise — far different than the over-sanitized, all-inclusive, get-your-hair-braided-but-don’t-go-outside-the-barbed-wire-compound, frozen drink resorts of the West Coast.
It’s called Jamnesia — an idyllic rootsy and charmingly ramshackle beach enclave
Jamaica Weightlifting Federation (JWF) President Dr Mark Broomfield is grateful for the potential of Olympic Games qualification and much-needed exposure after three Jamaicans were accepted to compete at the Pan American Weightlifting Championship
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda was on hand to witness the third staging of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) Qualification Trials inside National Stadium as the series came to an end last Saturday.
JAMAICA'S top table tennis players, Simon Tomlinson and Kane Watson, are now in camp at Broward Table Tennis Club in Florida as part of their preparation for qualification tournaments for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
The Jamaica Olympic Association is sponsoring the camp under its 'Olympic Invest'
As the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic games approach, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) continues to deliver on its commitments to the nation's sportsmen and sportswomen as they seek to qualify for the greatest global multi-sport events.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica is set to become the first Caribbean nation to be engaged in the eqUIP Internship programme, with the appointment of an accounting officer this year.
According to the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), the programme has been up and running under the auspices
A record number of coaches across the sporting spectrum have responded to the call of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) in respect of a high-level coaching course, which will be delivered by Panam Sports in partnership with the Canadian Coaching Association.
Over 70 stakeholders have registered to
THE Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), in fulfilling one of its strategic objectives in education, will deliver the Advanced Sport Management Course (ASMC) virtually to stakeholders in the Diaspora, a first in the history of the apex governing body.
The ASMC, an educational initiative by the International
The current administration of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) made it clear when assuming office in June of 2017 that Jamaica's influence and impact in governance in the world of sport must be felt and provide enabling pathways for successive generations of sport leaders.