JAMAICA'S flag-bearers at the first-ever Junior Pan American Games, Brandon Sealey and Tahlia Richardson, have expressed a deep sense of pride and honour to be chosen for executing national rites at the event's opening ceremony in Cali, Colombia.
FOR THE Jamaica Karate Federation, Thursday will go down as a red letter day as the local sporting body was officially accepted by the World Karate Federation (WKF), this after a provisional membership.
Jamaica recently participated in the 25th World Karate Championships earlier this month in
Jamaica's Sunshine Girls surrendered an early advantage to England's Roses, going down 45-55 in the first of three matches in the Vitality Roses Reunited Test Series at the Copper Box Arena in London yesterday.
The Sunshine Girls' performance was lukewarm to say the least, as they
SKATEBOARDER JOEL Ricketts, who will make a historic appearance for Jamaica at the Junior Pan American Games in Cali, Colombia, which gets under way today, said that despite his inexperience, he would not be surprised if he takes home a medal. He begins competition today.
amaica’s senior amateur boxer, super heavyweight Ricardo Brown has entered the professional ranks.
The 31-year-old Brown - popularly known as 'Big 12' - has signed with Canadian promoting company, United Promotions and is expected to make his pro debut early next year.
Brown, who has been based
The Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation has launched a gofundme campaign to raise funds to purchase bobsleighs as the team looks forward to taking part in the 2022 Winter Olympics which will be held in Beijing, China.
“We qualified a skeleton athlete and our first women's
JAMAICA’S TEAM to the recent Americup 3x3 Basketball Championship has been likened to the famous Jamaica bobsleigh team that competed in the 1988 Winter Olympics.
The comparison was made in a story on the International Basketball Federation (FIVB) website, FIVB basketball, during the tournament played two
WORK BY the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA) is under way with the aim of restarting local play early in 2022. This follows the decision earlier this month by the health authorities to give JaVA the green light, after more than a year of COVID-19-enforced inactivity.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) takes another historic step, but this time it is in film, television, and cinema.
Next year, from October 20 to 22, it will host OlympicJamFest as part of the global film festival of the Fédération Internationale Cinéma Télévision Sportifs (FICTS). President