The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) inaugurated its Commonwealth Manor in 2018 at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Australia which saw the business of sport merging with delectable local cuisine and the sounds of reggae pulsating amidst the music of the world.
Jamaica steamroll Barbados in Commonwealth Games Netball
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BIRMINGHAM, UK— Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls extended their winning start in the netball competition at the Commonwealth Games by steamrolling Caribbean neighbours Barbados 103-24 in their Pool A game at the NEC Arena
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is deepening its relationship with the University of Birmingham after signing a memorandum of understanding with the host of the main Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village and the University of Technology, Jamaica.
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Members of the Jamaica netball team are seen here in Birmingham, England on Wednesday. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
Jamaica's Shamera Sterling (centre) gets to the ball between two Ugandan players during their practice match in Birmingham on Wednesday. (Photo: Naphtali Junior)
EBONY DRYSDALE-DALEY is a Jamaican judoka who competes in the -70kg class. Based in Birmingham, with dual British and Jamaican heritage, she has been competing for the Caribbean isle since 2019. Her brother Nicholi has also competed in judo for Jamaica.
Ryan Foster, CEO and secretary general of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), has described the 2022 instalment of the Commonwealth Games as an important event towards the development of Jamaican sport and believes the games continue to prove pivotal for athletes from all disciplines and
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) will, next month, launch its Olympic Coaches' Scholarships as the local governing body for Olympic sports continues its drive in making more professional the delivery of sports, especially the international games which fall under its remit.
Those games include the Summer
PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda lauded young Jamaican sprinter Oblique Seville on a brave performance to finish fourth in the Men's 100m final at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Seville, the lone Jamaican in what was a stellar line-up for