The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will be choosing two Olympians for an upcoming scholarship programme.
The scholarship will see a total of $3 million being given to two athletes, a male and a female,
ROSE HALL, St James -- Christopher Samuda, president of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), says Jamaica's sports mandate is not only about creating champions, but "standard-bearers" who are expected to fashion legacies for
Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) President Christopher Samuda says feedback to their stance on not boycotting the Paris Olympic Games next year has been positive.
Jamaica, in refusing to boycott, will be in opposition to
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC Committee (IOC) president, Thomas Bach, admitted he is impressed with the broadening scope of Jamaica’s sports beyond just athletics, which he says can only elevate its standing in the Olympic movement.
Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) President Christopher Samuda says Jamaica will not boycott the Paris Olympic Games next year.
The call for a boycott comes from the governments of 34 other nations who want the
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach will visit Jamaica from March 3 to 5.
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), who made the announcement at its headquarters in St Andrew on Monday morning, says