The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) continues to distinguish itself in the governance and business of sport as it fulfils one of its primary objectives of being an innovator and chagemaker in sport development.
Chris Samuda, president of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), has come out in full support of the Jamaica Squash Association as they host the Senior Caribbean Squash Championships at the Liguanea Club in Kingston.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says the island could have a record number of athletes participating in different sports at the Paris 2024 Summer Games.
President of the JOA, Christopher Samuda, says this might be possible because of Jamaica’s increasing participation in ‘non-traditional’ sports
Through an injection of funds from the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), the Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) will be able to send a national team of twenty-five swimmers to the upcoming XXVI Goodwill Swim Meet in Trinidad & Tobago.
The members, aged 9-17, will compete
PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda believes Jamaica's participation at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, was a success and is calling for focus on infrastructural improvements in a bid to boost the country's sports development push.
National senior record holder O'Dayne Richards secured Jamaica’s first medal at the fourth North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Open Championships in Freeport, The Bahamas with bronze in the men’s shot put on Friday’s opening day.
Richards finished third with a throw of
Coach Joel Andre Jones, representing Tennis Jamaica, recently completed the International Tennis Federation's (ITF's) level 2-Coaching Advanced Players coaches' certification programme in Valencia, Spain.
International media house British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) joined World Championships' 100 metres gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce at the Jamaica Olympic Association's (JOA) Commonwealth Manor to celebrate the success of Jamaica's athletes during the recent Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Jamaica School of Gymnastics (JSG) won the top prize at the Yamilet Pena Classic held in the Dominican Republic from August 13-14.
The Jamaican gymnasts edged out the hosts while making the highest All-Around score of the competition. More than 300 gymnasts from 19 clubs from