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,
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
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
Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) President Christopher Samuda has charged the nation’s athletes to put themselves in a position to benefit from the unprecedented numbers of qualifying sporting disciplines which will be available to
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says the island could have a record number of athletes participating in different sports at the Paris 2024 Summer Games.
President of the JOA, Christopher Samuda, says this might
on (JOA), Christopher Samuda, says the organisation will continue its push to support smaller sporting bodies, with the view of further increasing Jamaica’s participation at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.