PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda lauded young Jamaican sprinter Oblique Seville on a brave performance to finish fourth in the Men's 100m final at the World Athletics Championships in

The Jamaica Olympic Association on Monday staged its official launch of Jamaica’s participation at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

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.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says recently deceased 91-year-old Byron LaBeach, who was the alternate member of Jamaica's 4X400 metres relay team that won the event at the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki,

THE WORLD’S governing body for track and field is not the only organisation to name Elaine Thompson Herah as Female Athlete of the Year. Just days after World Athletics crowned the Jamaican sprinter queen

Minister of Sports, Olivia Grange, has congratulated Elaine Thompson-Herah who was named World Athletics Female Athlete of the Year on Wednesday. Grange said, “We expected it.” Thompson-Herah became the third Jamaican female to win the

Jamaicans Natasha Morrison, Briana Williams, Ronald Levy, and Jaheel Hyde finished among the top three in their events on Sunday at the ISTAF World Athletics Tour in Berlin, Germany.

Jamaica's London Olympics relay gold medallist Nesta Carter has called time on his athletics career. In a press release yesterday, through track club MVP, the 35-year-old sprinter said he could not compete up to