THE JAMAICA Olympic Association (JOA) and the Jamaica Weightlifting Federation (JWF) are pounding the pavement for the local sport to make an appearance in Los Angeles on the Olympic stage for the first

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”

PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda believes Jamaica's participation at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, was a success and is calling for focus on infrastructural improvements

eightlifting is firmly on the strategic agenda of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) with both eyes on the sport's reappearance on the Olympic stage.

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

Team Jamaica has made an exciting new find to boost its chances in international weightlifting competition, with the addition of Chloe Whylie, a grand niece of the late Professor Rex Nettleford, who has

Jamaica Weightlifting Federation (JWF) President Dr Mark Broomfield is grateful for the potential of Olympic Games qualification and much-needed exposure after three Jamaicans were accepted to compete at the Pan American Weightlifting Championship

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