KAREN Anderson, Jamaica’s chef de mission to the inaugural Caribbean Games, says it will offer the ideal platform for young competitors to showcase their talent before getting into the deeper waters of international competition.
BUOYED BY the historic sporting representation in Birmingham, England, Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) president, Christopher Samuda, is promising a blast from the nation’s competitors at the 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games.
Nichole Case, chief information officer for the Grace Kennedy Financial Group, recounts initially wanting to pursue a career in medicine. However, while on a summer job during her early university days she learned how to use a computer, triggering her passion and her foray into
NETBALL JAMAICA (NJ) received a massive boost for its Centre Pass programme after Australian High Commissioner to Jamaica, Bruce Lendon, handed over a cheque of AUD20,000 (or J$1.9 million) to assist with covering the expenses of high-performance coach Rob Wright.
The Australia-born Wright is set to
Jamaican track and field icons, Olympians Veronica Campbell-Brown and Donald Quarrie were honoured by Comets Club International, formerly the Montego Bay Comets Club at a gala in New York on Saturday, May 28.