JOA President, Christopher Samuda, was in a “business unusual” mode in addressing the audience at the Tornadoes Swim Club’s recent 2022 Awards Ceremony held at its new home on the Mona campus of

Through an injection of funds from the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), the Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) will be able to send a national team of twenty-five swimmers to the upcoming XXVI

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

Weeks after the last swim of her storied career, 50- and 100-metre breaststroke world record holder Alia Atkinson is still adjusting to retirement. Atkinson is sure she left the pool at the right

The initiative by the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) to invest millions into its equipment grant is bearing fruit with a number of member associations making use of the funds. Financing for the program that

Champion swimmer Alia Atkinson will be aiming to cop Jamaica's first medal at the 15th FINA World Short Course Championship when she contests the women's 100-metre breaststroke final in Abu Dhabi, United

ALIA ATKINSON is entered for the last swim meet of her career, the World Short Course Championships in Abu Dhabi, which begins today and runs through to December 21. Atkinson, a four-time winner

JAMAICA'S champion swimmer Alia Atkinson ended the third edition of the International Swimming League (ISL) on a high, copping one gold and two silver medals, as her London Roar team again placed third


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