Present and future generations of the Paralympic movement, together with the sport fraternity and public, will now celebrate annually on March 11 “Paralympic Day” by virtue of a proclamation issued by Governor General Sir Patrick L Allen.
The Jamaica Olympic Ice Hockey Federation (JOIHF) has secured a significant sponsorship deal from United States-based Geneva Financial Home Loans.
The sponsorship, though not yet quantified, is expected to be all-encompassing and go a long way towards helping the JOIHF’s goal of qualifying for the 2030
The National Powerlifting Association of Jamaica (NPAJ) held its first annual general membership meeting on January 9, 2022 with emphasis placed on continuity and the importance of team work.
During the virtual meeting, President Michael Blair, while noting that a similar powerlifting organisation was formed in
The Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has selected a list of chefs de mission for the next six major international campaigns.
Former national squash player Karen Anderson will lead Jamaica’s delegation to the 2022 Caribbean Games, Rudolph Speid takes Jamaica to the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham,
BEIJING (AP) — Days after quietly ringing in the Chinese New Year, Beijing is celebrating the Year of the Tiger on the Olympic stage.
The tiger — a symbol of strength and good luck in Chinese folklore — was featured during Friday’s Winter Olympic opening ceremony.
PRESIDENT OF the Jamaica Boxing Association (JBA), Stephen ‘Bomba’ Jones, said only locally based boxers will be considered for selection to the Commonwealth Games team headed to England in July this year.
However, with the national boxing club championships pushed back to later this year, Jones
The financial performance of Jamaica's governing body for Olympic and non-Olympic sports continues to raise the bar in demonstrating prudence, innovation, investment savvy and commercial value.
The annual general meeting of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), held in December last year at the Courtleigh Corporate Centre
Jamaica Rugby Union (JRU) President Jerry Benzwick is highly optimistic that the national team will be included in the second leg of the HSBC Rugby Sevens series now being held in Spain.
The Jamaican team received a last-minute invitation to the tournament in Malaga last weekend
THE Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) has taken note of reports in the media in relation to the non-accreditation of physiotherapist Jo Brown, regarding the 2022 Beijing Winter Games, particularly statements made by and on behalf of the Jamaica Bobsled Federation, and is constrained to provide
It is an open secret that the present administration of the Jamaica Olympic Association, JOA, is creating “heat waves” in winter sports as it fulfills one of its mandates of growing and strengthening Jamaica’s representation in the winter Olympic Games with a competitive edge.