Fireworks are expected at today’s seventh Jamaica International Invitational track and field meet where several Olympic and World Championship medallists, including Usain Bolt, Tyson Gay, Carmelita Jeter and Veronica Campbell-Brown will be in action at the National Stadium.
Get live results from the 2010 Penn Relays at the Franklin Field on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. Jamaican High School Team Set To Dominate Again Jamaican high schools will start their quest for glory today at the 116th Penn Relays Carnival which gets underway at the refurbished Franklin Field on the campus […]
Usain Bolt may have been the person to save track and field in the face of a number of doping scandals, as well as to highlight the merits of the junior school system. That’s according to International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president, Lamine Diack. “I think it was the thing that was needed in […]
The Jamaica Observer is reporting that the five Jamaican sprinters who returned positive results for banned substance tests at the National Championships in June, are set for a hearing Friday evening. According to reports, a nine member panel led by Kent Gammon, the chairman of the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission’s (JADCO) disciplinary committee, will seek to […]
By Gary Smith, World-Track MONACO — The poor performance of Asafa Powell at the Aviva London Grand Prix last Friday, where he finished the 100 metres in a very disappointing sixth place was a result of tiredness, his agent Paul Doyle said on Monday. The former world record holder clocked 10.26 seconds to finish behind […]
KINGSTON — The Jamaica Observer has warned country representative Yohan Blake and fellow Antiguan training partner Daniel Bailey that their “gesticulations and manoeuvers” in Paris last Friday were not cute.
RANDALL’S ISLAND, New York – It was a disappointing day for Jamaica’s seniors at yesterday’s 5th Reebok Grand Prix at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, as they failed to win any of the major races.