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President of the Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (JBSF) Christian Nelson Stokes and Technical Director Mark Silva are satisfied with Jamaica's performance in the just-concluded Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

Despite being a fan

FOLLOWING HIS historic appearance and top-50 finish at the ongoing 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China, Jamaica alpine skier Benjamin Alexander was just happy he was able to complete the course. Alexander, who

President of the Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation, Chris Stoke, insists the team will now shift all its attention into competition mode following an unsuccessful appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sports

BEIJING (AP) — Days after quietly ringing in the Chinese New Year, Beijing is celebrating the Year of the Tiger on the Olympic stage. The tiger — a symbol of strength and good luck

THE Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has taken note of reports in the media in relation to the non-accreditation of physiotherapist Jo Brown, regarding the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, particularly statements made by and

It is an open secret that the present administration of the Jamaica Olympic Association, JOA, is creating “heat waves” in winter sports as it fulfills one of its mandates of growing and strengthening

A record number of coaches, who were last year registered by the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) for a rigorous hi-level coaches' course hosted by the Pan Am Sports Organization (PASO), successfully completed and

For the first time in 24 years, Jamaica will compete in the four-man bobsled event at the Winter Olympics. Jamaica secured the final spot in the 28-team field for next month's Games in Beijing


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