Nicole Aiken-Pinnock, head coach of the national senior netball team for the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in El Salvador, says the Sunshine Girls are confident, well-equipped, and ready to deliver the goods at the tournament.
PRESIDENT of the Jamaica Olympic Association, Christopher Samuda has hailed Ashley McKenzie's silver medal-winning performance in the men's judo competition at the Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games as a monumental achievement in Jamaica's sporting history.
McKenize created history on Saturday when he captured the country's
As part of its continued commitment to the sustainable development of sports in Jamaica, the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) says it has gone all out to fully fund all the participating teams in this year's Caribbean and Central America (CAC) Games.
Ryan Foster, CEO and secretary
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) Christopher Samuda is confident that the country will take home another record medal haul at this month's Caribbean and Central America (CAC) Games in El Salvador.
The championships, which will see Jamaicans competing in 21 disciplines, up from 18
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Christopher Samuda, has once again called on sporting bodies to adopt a commercial model in delivering regional and international games.
Samuda was speaking at a recent press conference to launch the hosting of the Pan American LacrosseAssociations’ Sixes Regional
NATIONAL BADMINTON coach Howard Ranger has stressed the importance of his most senior players providing a solid foundation for the team to thrive, as the 26th Yonex Pan Am Individual Championship begins today at GC Foster College.
Ranger is overseeing a 12-person squad which includes the
Jamaican judokas delivered outstanding performances in the Dominican Republic on Thursday, to qualify for the upcoming 2023 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games.
Olympian Ashley McKenzie won all four of his fights the 60kg category, defeating Moises Rosado of Mexico in the final.
“I hope that winning
The Jamaica Lacrosse Association (JLA) has successfully secured the rights to host the 2023 Pan-American Lacrosse Association (PALA) Sixes Cup from November 9-11, making Jamaica the first Caribbean island to host a regional lacrosse tournament.
The announcement was made by JLA President Calbert Hutchinson during a
Jamaica's national archers are pursuing an Olympic dream with the conviction that it will come true.
A contingent is now in the Dominican Republic, where members are competing as a team in a qualifying tournament for the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games, and once in Chile