JAMAICA'S track and field icon Donald Quarrie is warning Jamaican athletes that they should employ people who are trustworthy to manage their financial affairs as they prepare for life after sports.
"Athletes need to be as careful in life
On Friday, Jamaica’s 2019 world outdoor silver medalist Danniel Thomas-Dodd opened her 2023 indoor campaign with a victory in the women’s Shot Put at the American Track League – Hawkeye Pro Classic in Iowa City.
National representatives Kareme Hudson and Shanae Gordon have expressed appreciation to the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) for enabling their journey to complete their bachelor’s degrees with JOA scholarships.
Both women admitted facing difficulties to the point of dropping out of school, before they acquired a lifeline
JAMAICAN Olympic Ice Hockey Federation (JOIHF) President Don Anderson says plans for a national rink have been suspended.
One of the federation's main objectives for the development of its national programme was the construction of a national rink, as this was required for eligibility to compete
President Christopher Samuda says the Jamaica Olympic Association's (JOA) expansion of its headquarters will begin shortly.
The JOA said last August that $120 million will be spent to redevelop the property, with half of that funding coming from its own finances, and the other from the
THE Jamaica Basketball Association (JABA) inked a deal with Italy-based Stella Azzura Basketball Academy yesterday. The agreement is aimed at developing and strengthening all aspects of youth basketball on the island and will include an exchange programme between both countries.
Avshalom Filler, technical director at the
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach will visit Jamaica from March 3 to 5.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), who made the announcement at its headquarters in St Andrew on Monday morning, says it will be Bach’s first visit to the island in an official
Gleeful coaches across disciplines grateful for JOA scholarships
THE Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has granted scholarships to three national coaches as they seek overseas training for personal development.
Surfing Coach Icah Wilmot, taekwando Coach Kenroy Clarke, and junior triathlon Coach Dane Wright each received three-year scholarships valued
Artistic gymnast Danyella Holmes braces for challenge in pursuit of Olympic dream
Artistic gymnast Danyella Holmes always yearned to represent Jamaica on the big stage, but she bided her time and did the necessary work until she found superior form that caught the attention of those
JAMAICA BASKETBALL Association (JBA) president, Paulton Gordon, has pointed to the invitation of an Italian academy as one of the synergies his organisation will be looking to take advantage of as a way to help develop the sport.
“We have an Italian academy coming to sign