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It was in honour of the Reggae Girlz and a fitting tribute to Jamaica's sport ambassadors that was delivered recently

Christopher Samuda knows sport is so much more than a game. He knows it inspires collaboration and teamwork, increases confidence,

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will pump $25 million into the Reggae Girlz’s 2024 Olympic Games qualification campaign. The Reggae Girlz

It is widely accepted that sport is a "shelf life" and the life thereafter is the real deal. It is

Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) president Christopher Samuda welcomes discussions to possibly include cricket in the Olympic Games for a second

According to Tricia Robinson, president of Netball Jamaica (NJ), the Jamaica senior netball team's visit to Caymanas Park racetrack on

MONTEGO BAY, St James – A visit by Jamaica Olympic Association President Christopher Samuda and Olympic diver Yona Knight-Wisdom has

Sunshine Girls netball player Latanya Wilson could hardly control her emotions after Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Supreme Ventures Limited (SVL)


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