Category: Sports

Watch Out for Demish Gaye – Maurice Wilson

Coach of Sprintec Track Club, Maurice Wilson, says Jamaica should start to take note of quarter miler Demish Gaye. Gaye ran an easy 44.85-second in winning the event at...

Bailey-Cole Aiming to Defend 100m Crown at Jamaica International Invitational

Meet director of the Jamaica International Invitational, Donald Quarrie, says Kemar Bailey-Cole is returning to defend his title in the men’s 100-metres. The...

Nine Down for Shanghai Diamond League Meet

Olympic Champions Elaine Thompson and Omar Mcleod, are among nine Jamaican athletes down to compete at the Shanghai Diamond League meet, tomorrow. Thompson will run in...

WI Reach 218/5 on Day 3

West Indies reached 218 for 5 at stumps on day 3 of the third test against Pakistan, at Windsor Park, in Dominica. The hosts still trail by 158 after bowling out the...

Nico Yeyo Takes on Dave Leblond in Wray & Nephew Contender Series

Jamaica’s Nico Yeyo will take on Dave Leblond of Canada in the Wray and Nephew Contender Boxing series. The 5-round contest is set for the Chinese Benevolent...

Cycling Boss Targeting High Schools

National coach, Carlton Simmonds, says he wants to make cycling an ISSA sport. Simmonds launched his High Velocity cycling club, yesterday. He believes this is the best...

WI Coach Confident of Victory in Final Test vs Pakistan

Coach of the West Indies, Stuart Law, is confident the Caribbean side can win the third test and take the three-match series 2-1. The Windies will face Pakistan in the...

Simmonds High-Velocity Cycling Club to be Launched Today

The Simmonds High-Velocity Cycling Club is set to be launched at Toyota Jamaica, on Old Hope Road, Monday at 10am. The club is the brainchild of the National Cycling...

UWI Gets Past Portmore Utd in RSPL Semi-Final First Leg

UWI came from behind to beat Portmore United 2-1 in the 1st leg of the Red Stripe Premier League semi-final, at the Wembley Centre of Excellence, yesterday. Ricardo...

Elaine Thompson Wins 200m Diamond League Opener

Elaine Thompson was the only Jamaican winner at the Doha Diamond League meet, today. Thompson posted 22.19-seconds to win the women’s 200-metres. She crossed the...