The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is deepening its relationship with the University of Birmingham after signing a memorandum of understanding with the host of the main Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village and the University of Technology, Jamaica.
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Members of the Jamaica netball team are seen here in Birmingham, England on Wednesday. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Jamaica's Shamera Sterling (centre) gets to the ball between two Ugandan players during their practice match in Birmingham on Wednesday. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
EBONY DRYSDALE-DALEY is a Jamaican judoka who competes in the -70kg class. Based in Birmingham, with dual British and Jamaican heritage, she has been competing for the Caribbean isle since 2019. Her brother Nicholi has also competed in judo for Jamaica.
Ryan Foster, CEO and secretary general of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), has described the 2022 instalment of the Commonwealth Games as an important event towards the development of Jamaican sport and believes the games continue to prove pivotal for athletes from all disciplines and
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Those games include the Summer
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Seville, the lone Jamaican in what was a stellar line-up for
Curling Jamaica has joined the World Curling Federation as the 67th Member Association on a Conditional Membership as part of the Americas zone and will be eligible to compete in the newly created Pan Continental Curling Championships.
With 18 members and growing, Curling Jamaica is keen
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association, Christopher Samuda, issued a statement congratulating the Reggae Girlz on their qualification for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Tuesday.
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“With victory over
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Senior was crowned the Mr Jamaica bodybuilding overall champion while Wheatle won the