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Tag Archives: Track and field
It wasn’t a good day – it started with news that US star athlete Tyson Gay had failed a drug test and had withdrawn from the upcoming World Championships. Most track and field fans I know genuinely admire Tyson and … Continue reading
Verdict: Excellent read If the performances of gold medalists Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica, Kirani James of Grenada and Keshorn Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago in the London Olympics excited your interest in Caribbean athletics, or if you … Continue reading
The comments in the title are not mine, they are two of the hundreds that have been made about the Jamaican Olympic outfits in the past few days. I’m wading into dangerous waters here, not being a fashionista! Not even close. So … Continue reading
Ok, hate is stretching it. But listen to any group of Jamaicans argue about Asafa Powell and a wide range of emotions emerges. Support – unwavering and constant (or not!), exasperation and frustration are among the most common. Even dedicated Asafa fans … Continue reading
In Jamaica, if you’re not a footballer, a runner or a cricketer, dog nyam yuh supper. We’ve lauded our CARIFTA track and field team which won 77 medals including 34 gold. That is great, and we are all … Continue reading
We’ve been going to, or watching, Jamaica’s National Boys and Girls Championships (or Champs) for years, so I think many of us take for granted the incredible vibes of this annual event. The world has now awakened to the fantastic show Jamaica … Continue reading