SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — Despite their failure to win a medal at this year's Central American and Caribbean Games, head coach of Jamaica boxing team Felipe Sanchez said he is proud of

It is common knowledge that the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is fulfilling one its primary mandates of expanding and deepening Jamaica’s vault in competitive sport while enriching what some describe as “smaller sports”

HEAVYWEIGHT BOXER Ricardo ‘Big 12’ Brown followed his welterweight compatriot Joshua Fraser into the professional ranks in 2022. Both have been perfect. After his disappointment at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, Brown went pro

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

PRESIDENT OF the Jamaica Boxing Association (JBA), Stephen ‘Bomba’ Jones, said only locally based boxers will be considered for selection to the Commonwealth Games team headed to England in July this year. However, with

amaica’s senior amateur boxer, super heavyweight Ricardo Brown has entered the professional ranks. The 31-year-old Brown - popularly known as 'Big 12' - has signed with Canadian promoting company, United Promotions and is expected

Jamaican boxer Ricardo Brown (left) moves away from a Cristian Salcedo punch to Ricardo Brown during the second round of their men’s 91 kg semi-final boxing match at the Pan American Games in

Stephen “Bomber” Jones was returned as president of the Jamaica Boxing Board last Thursday at its annual general meeting held at the conference room of the Jamaica Olympic Association. Others elected were Xavier Leveridge

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