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Alphanso Cunningham is not always immediately sure who he is when he first wakes up. 

Is he the 41-year-old basketballer hoping to play for Jamaica at this summer’s

The Digicel Foundation partnered with the Jamaica Paralympic Association to restore the Paralympic basketball court at the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre for the island’s first National Paralympic Day. The foundation has invested $10

Present and future generations of the Paralympic movement, together with the sport fraternity and public, will now celebrate annually on March 11 “Paralympic Day” by virtue of a proclamation issued by Governor General

In what has been described as a historic partnership, the Jamaica Paralympic Association and the Jamaica Surfing Federation have joined forces to help para-athletes make the transition to surfing with the hope that

Para-Taekwondo athlete to the Paralympic Games Shauna-Kay Hines was left gushing about her experience on her return to the island from Tokyo, Japan, on Monday.

Jamaica's Alb erto Campbell will start his quest for a medal this morning (Jamaica time) when he lines up in the first heat of the men's T20 400m at the Paralympic Games

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