Jamaican track and field icons, Olympians Veronica Campbell-Brown and Donald Quarrie were honoured by Comets Club International, formerly the Montego Bay Comets Club at a gala in New York on Saturday, May 28.
UKRAINE-BORN AND former Canadian national karate team member Valentyna Zolotarova, who is now lifting the Jamaican flag as a senior member of the island’s national karate team, says she is on a mission to help improve the sport in Jamaica
President of Netball Jamaica, Tricia Robinson has welcomed the return of netball after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Supreme Ventures Limited as title sponsors, the Divisional Netball League with 40 teams resumed on April 2 and Robinson is pleased with what she
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 that has provided the necessary funding to the Jamaica Volleyball Association (JaVA).
NATIONAL CYCLING coach Adrian Clarke believes Jamaican riders will be missing out on a glorious opportunity if the Jamaica Cycling Federation (JCF) cannot find the funds needed to attend the Pan American (Pan Am) Road Cycling Championships in Argentina from May 10-15.
Clarke, also a JCF
The Digicel Foundation partnered with the Jamaica Paralympic Association to restore the Paralympic basketball court at the Sir John Golding Rehabilitation Centre for the island’s first National Paralympic Day.
The foundation has invested $10 million in the restoration of the basketball court. The funding was awarded
Jamaica Olympic Association President Christopher Samuda hopes Jamaica can compete in football at the Olympics one day.
“The Olympic Association understands that our role in sport is not only to change the game which we’re already in, but to transform it and to have, in certain