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  After she opened her 2019 season at the Queens/Grace Jackson track meet last month, Olympic 100 and 200 metres champion, Elaine Thompson,  vowed that she will learn how to compete with an Achilles tendon injury that has become an...

Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts is optimistic about the nation’s chances of hosting two games in the CONCACAF Gold Cup this summer. Ricketts had said last September that he was worried that the JFF’s bid for...

Principal of Kingston College (KC) Dave Myrie said he has no regrets over his decision to allow injured middle-distance star Ari Rodgers to participate in last year’s ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup competition. The Uganda-born Rodgers, who is yet...

Western Bureau : Rodrick Myles, the coach of Rusea’s High’s track and field team, is confident they will be able to defend their Western Championships girls’ title on today’s final day of competition at the St Elizabeth...

MANCHESTER, England (AP): Manchester United could be without forwards Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial for at least two weeks. In the 2-0 loss to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday, Lingard was substituted just before half-time...

Having failed to so far secure a victory in the saddle, female apprentice jockey Abigail Able says she remains hopeful that she will be able to break her drought soon. Able is one of three female apprentice jockeys who began riding on September 29...

Excitement should be high at the National Stadium today when St Andrew Technical High host the fifth staging of the S.W. ‘Isaac’ Henry Invitational Track and Field meet. Several of the island’s top high-school teams will clash in...

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP): The IOC received commitments from North Korea that it will work to “remedy” its anti-doping controls that led to the country’s testing agency being suspended this week. International Olympic Committee...

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC): Cricket West Indies is bracing for a huge financial windfall from the ongoing England tour and the upcoming home series against India, as the cash-strapped organisation hopes to make up for a disastrous 2018, when they...

Blaise Bicknell, one of Jamaica’s most promising young tennis players, has done exceptionally well in the high profile Banana Bowl G1 International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior tournament being held in Criciúma, Brazil. Bicknell, who...
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