In yet another display of well-needed support, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) once again demonstrated its commitment to sports development by stepping in to rescue the Jamaica Surfing Association, ensuring the nation's surfers

Gleeful coaches across disciplines grateful for JOA scholarships THE Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has granted scholarships to three national coaches as they seek overseas training for personal development. Surfing Coach Icah Wilmot, taekwando Coach Kenroy

Veteran surfer Icah Wilmot could hardly hold all his winning trophies after the Jamaica Surfing Association (JSA) awards ceremony, which took place at Wicky Wacky in Bull Bay, St Andrew, recently. Wilmot was crowned

LIKE MANY of the island’s sports, surfing had its fair share of setbacks over the past couple of years due to the pandemic.

With some amount of normality

Robert Scott (left), general manager, Lifespan Spring Water, and honorary consul to Latvia, and Roxanne Brown (right), brand manager, Banana Boat, look on as Billy Wilmot (second left), president, Jamaica Surfing Association, presents

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

Beckford optimistic about future of local surfing after Olympic qualifying event National surfer Shama Beckford says that despite not qualifying for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, the impression they made on the world stage has

By Jon Coen Existing on the outskirts of Kingston tucked into Bull Bay is a different kind of Jamaican paradise — far different than the over-sanitized, all-inclusive, get-your-hair-braided-but-don’t-go-outside-the-barbed-wire-compound, frozen drink resorts of the West


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