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The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will be granting three-year scholarships totalling $6 million to local coaches starting November 1, which will allow successful candidates to finance educational pursuits as well as living expenses,

The Jamaica Observer Limited and the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) on Tuesday signed a landmark multi-year partnership agreement that will see both entities joining forces to deliver promotional and development support for stakeholders

Women have been the talk of several Jamaican sporting achievements so far this year and First Vice President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Jacqueline Cowan, has indicated that they are on a

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) continues to distinguish itself in the governance and business of sport as it fulfils one of its primary objectives of being an innovator and chagemaker in sport development.

It is public knowledge that Jamaica's prowess in the field events has become known on the global stage and the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) salutes our champions in the field who are toiling

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says the growth and development of field sports in Jamaica is evidenced by the impressive performances of Jamaican field athletes at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.

The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will, next month, launch its Olympic Coaches' Scholarships as the local governing body for Olympic sports continues its drive in making more professional the delivery of sports, especially

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