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With the changes to the Diamond League format and adoption of the Continental Tour scheduled for next season, Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association president Warren Blake says he is open to the island staging meets that include events that...

Jamaica missed out on a chance of six group wins as they dropped points for the first time in their Group C, League B of the Concacaf Nations League with a 1-1 draw with Guyana. The game was played at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on...
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Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts has responded to the Reggae Girlz Foundation’s initiation of a funeral and memorial drive for late player Tarania ‘Plum Plum’ Clarke. Clarke, who also captained Waterhouse’s women’s team...

With promotion to League A of the Concacaf Nations League secured, Jamaica will look to finish their League B campaign undefeated when they face Guyana in their final Group C game at the Montego Bay Sports Complex tonight at 8 p.m. The Reggae Boyz...

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): Not even a slightly farcical nine-over-per-side affair could snap Windies Women’s losing streak as they slid to a five-run defeat to India Women in the penultimate Twenty20 International here yesterday. After an extended...

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC): Rovman Powell struck an exhilarating hundred to help Jamaica Scorpions overcome a stiff challenge from minnows Canada and register their second win of the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup here on Saturday night....

Friday’s interview and interaction with Jamaican football icon Walter ‘Blacka Pearl’ Boyd on Hitz 92FM’s ‘Sports Explosion’ provided several poignant reminders as to how challenging it is to manage individuals with eccentric and enigmatic...

UWI head coach Andrew Peart has said that his players are starting to believe in themselves again. This is after the team’s results over the last few Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) games, which included a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Molynes...

A classic example that “the show must go on” was given at Sabina Park on Saturday night when, despite torrential rainfall, the international boxing show featuring fighters from Russia, the USA, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic took place before...

KINGSTON College athletes warmed up for the upcoming track and field season after dominant performances at the fourth staging of the Mico Pump It Up 5k Run/Walk, which started and ended on the school campus in Cross Roads yesterday. Aron Tanui was...
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