Fast food giant KFC Jamaica has signed a two-year brand partnership with Reggae Girlz and Manchester City striker Khadija Shaw.

Jamaica's five-time World Championships 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has been shortlisted for the World Athletics Female Athlete of the Year award.

THE BALL punched in by Diego Maradona for his “Hand of God” goal at the 1986 World Cup has been sold at auction for nearly US$2.4 million by the referee who missed soccer’s most famous handball.

A defiant Austin ‘Jack’ Warner said Thursday he would continue to fight his extradition to the United States to answer to corruption charges.

Former Hydel High sprint hurdler Kerrica Hill has been nominated for the 2022 World Athletics Female Rising Star of the Year Award, according to the sport’s governing body.

Reggae Girl Drew Spence bagged a brace while her Jamaican teammate Khadija Shaw continued her sizzling form with another goal, as both tasted victory in the English FA Women’s Super League on Sunday.

Friday, 28 October 2022 13:51

Cricket West Indies CEO Grave says he's no quitter

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Although admitting that Cricket West Indies (CWI) had to take full responsibility for West Indies’ disappointing performance in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, chief executive officer Johnny Grave has declared he will not be resigning.

Multiple-time Olympic and world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce says while it is flattering to be in the conversation of who is the greatest athlete of all time, she is not too concerned about it.

Former Australia Captain Ricky Ponting has slammed West Indies' premature exit from the Twenty20 World Cup as a "disgrace" and has questioned the players' desire to represent the Caribbean side at global events.

Connie Francis, head coach of Jamaica's senior netball team, says she is delighted with the performances from the Sunshine Girls as they have been nothing but brilliant at the ongoing Americas Netball World Cup qualifiers.

Manchester City head coach, Gareth Taylor, has expressed his delight with Reggae Girl, Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw, after her two goals helped the Blues win their first game of the English Women’s Super League season, a 4-0 thrashing of Leicester City on Sunday.