September 1, 2011
Star Sport

Williams, Williams-Mills shift focus to 4X4 relay
“Daegu, South Korea: Women's 400m finalists Novlene Williams-Mills and Shericka Williams are still disappointed that they were not able to return a medal for Jamaica in the quarter-mile a couple of days ago, but are now focusing.... read more
Jackson disappointed with food at Worlds

Daegu, South Korea: Grace Jackson, team leader of the Jamaican delegation here in Daegu at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, has registered her disappointment with the food offering inside the Athletes' Village...

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Shelly still grateful... sprinter stays positive despite losing World Championship crown

Daegu, South Korea: After failing to defend her World 100m title, Jamaican sprinting dynamo Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce remains thankful and has already conditioned her mind to getting over the disappointment...

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Phillips undaunted by 400mH controversy

Daegu, South Korea: Jamaica's 400m hurdles competitor Isa Phillips is not too concerned with the controversies around his selection to the team in Daegu, South Korea, for the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, where he recently featured.

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Striker role not for Stephenson

TORONTO, Canada: For someone who loves to score, and has notched a few spectacular goals in his career, it's odd to hear Jamaica international Khari Stephenson express distaste for the role of striker. Yet he has found himself...

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