DEDICATED, passionate and a champion for women's football is how members of Jamaica's Reggae Girlz team and coaching staff remember long-time manager Jean Nelson who passed away on Saturday after a brief illness.
Jamaica's London Olympics relay gold medallist Nesta Carter has called time on his athletics career.
In a press release yesterday, through track club MVP, the 35-year-old sprinter said he could not compete up to his standard in the sport. He said he has been hampered by
Jacques Rogge approached the job of running the Olympics the same way he approached his work as a physician: listen, analyse, and consult.
Before taking over as president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Rogge, whose death was announced on Sunday, was an orthopaedic surgeon who
Mr Christopher Samuda, the JOA president, is reported as saying that the headquarters, which will retain its name, Olympic Manor, “will be foremost a family home for members, but, importantly, it will be a centre
For the Jamaica Bodybuilding and Fitness Association (JABBFA), they now have that champion feeling because they were able to have the country represented at the 2021 International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness’ 48th Central American and Caribbean Championships, which went down at mid-August in El
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Tokyo 2020 Olympic medallists and their coaches will benefit from a $41 million “Olympic Rewards Programme” courtesy of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) and two of its key sponsorship partners, Supreme Ventures Limited through the Supreme Ventures Foundation and Mayberry Investments.