It is common knowledge that the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is fulfilling one its primary mandates of expanding and deepening Jamaica’s vault in competitive sport while enriching what some describe as “smaller sports”
BUOYED by support from the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), the nation’s men’s and women’s beach volleyball teams are continuing their quest for a place at Paris 2024, during competition at the North, Central
Jamaica’s beach volleyball teams are set to participate in the 2022 North, Central America and Caribbean Confederation (NORCECA) Beach Volleyball Tour this year thanks to the timely intervention of the Jamaica Olympic Association
International beach volleyball umpire Kenneth Waugh says he is very surprised to be chosen to officiate at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
The vastly experienced Waugh, who will be officiating in his
Jacqueline Cowan, president of the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA), hopes that the nation will be represented in beach volleyball at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Cowan believes it is possible that despite
Jackie Cowan, the new president of the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA), intends to build the sport by continuing to increase the nation's player population, having more coaches and referees certified and working with