Jamaican judokas delivered outstanding performances in the Dominican Republic on Thursday, to qualify for the upcoming 2023 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games. Olympian Ashley McKenzie won all four of his fights the 60kg

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”

Jamaica’s Ebony Drysdale Daley won the country’s first Commonwealth Games medal in the sport of Judo after claiming silver in Birmingham on Tuesday.

EBONY DRYSDALE-DALEY is a Jamaican judoka who competes in the -70kg class. Based in Birmingham, with dual British and Jamaican heritage, she has been competing for the Caribbean isle since 2019. Her brother

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

The Jamaica Paralympic Association continues to write history in the annals of the Paralympic movement with the berth of the sports of judo and taekwondo at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Theador Subba, the

Jamaica's Ebony Drysdale-Daley (right) engages Croatia's Barbara Matic in round two of the 70kg event during the World Judo Championships Seniors Hungary 2021 at Papp Laszlo Budapest Sports Arena, Budapest, Hungary earlier this

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