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Prize money may not necessarily number among rewards for winning a medal at the Olympic Games but the value of simply participating at the ultimate sporting spectacle is quite enriching

As the news of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce’s pending retirement continues to soak in, Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) president Christopher Samuda is among those already expressing gratitude to the decorated athlete, whose life and legacy

The rhythmic beat of excitement echoes through the corridors of anticipation as the 2024 ISSA GraceKennedy Boys and Girls Championships, better known as "CHAMPS," approaches the island of Jamaica. In a groundbreaking move,

You know the scene. With time ticking away, one sporting venture or another looks certain to fall by the wayside due to a cash shortfall. Just when it appears all is lost, a

President of the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JAVA) Jacqueline Cowan has been appointed to be a member of the Olympic Programme Commission. The role of the commission is to make sure the Olympic programme remains

PRESIDENT of Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Christopher Samuda believes the entity has made significant strides under his leadership and predicts there is more to come. Since Mike Fennell stood down in 2017 after over

Red Stripe, the official beer of Jamaica, has unveiled a significant and enduring partnership with the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) worth $80 million Jamaican dollars.

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Iconic beverage brand Red Stripe has announced an $80 million, five-year sponsorship of the Jamaica Olympic Association ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. The announcement was made on Tuesday at


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