Former interim head coach of Jamaica's national men's senior football team Paul Hall has broken his silence around his relationship with the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), outlining several issues that plagued his tenure, including unpaid remuneration, poor management, and a lack of support from the administration.
Iceland’s Heimir Hallgrimsson is expected to be announced as the new head coach of Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz later this week, according to reports.
After setting a meet-equalling record of 10.65 seconds at the Zurich Diamond League final on Thursday to capture her fifth Diamond Trophy in the 100 meters, world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce says she's still focusing on running 10.5 seconds next year.
Fraser-Pryce became the first woman in history to run sub 10.7 seconds on seven occasions in a season, but the 35 year old says more is in store for next season which has a World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
Jamaican Women's 4X100 Relay Bronze Medal Could Be Upgraded to Silver Following Nigerian Athlete's Failed Drug TestWritten by Super User
THE Jamaica women's 4x100m team's bronze medal from the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, last month could be upgraded to a silver after it was reported over the weekend that a member of the gold medal-winning Nigeria team had failed a drugs test.
FROM ARSENALS WEBSITE: In collaboration with adidas, we have released a new pre-match jersey for the 2022/23 season which celebrates our Jamaican supporters.
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will tackle football giants Argentina in a real David versus Goliath friendly international on September 27.
Jamaican track superstar Usain Bolt has filed a trademark application for his famous victory pose, US financial website Bloomberg has reported.
Five-time Olympic champion and the fastest woman alive, Elaine Thompson-Herah, has signed with Global sports brand PUMA.
Jamaica defeated Haiti 4-0 on Monday night at the Concacaf Women’s Championship in Mexico to qualify for their second straight FIFA World Cup.
Two local boxers will be using the return of sport locally to prepare for the Commonwealth Games in a little over a month.
All six players who are currently plying their trade in the Suncorp Super Netball League in Australia have been named in the Sunshine Girls 12-member squad for this summer's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Following a one year absence due to challenges associated with the Covid-19 pandemic the regional 4-day Cricket Championship is set to return in January.
The most recent regional 4-day competition was brought to an end 2 rounds shy of completion in March of last year due to Covid-19.
Meanwhile, players who are centrally contracted by Cricket West Indies (CWI) are being assured that they will undergo no further cuts in their contracts despite the absence of the regional 4 day competition for this season.
Players and staff centrally contracted by CWI saw their salaries cut in half last year as regional cricket's governing body grappled with the financial constraints brought on by Covid-19.
They were returned to their full salaries after 6 months as CWI was able to confirm a number of international home series during the summer.