Bolt doesn't like new blocks
World's fastest man Usain Bolt has expressed some level of discomfort with the new blocks redesigned by Swiss timekeepers Omega for this season's Diamond League and expected to be used at this summer's Olympic Games...
Bolt recovering after minor crash
KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC): Double sprint world record holder Usain Bolt escaped injury after he was involved in a minor car crash in the Jamaican capital, Kingston, early yesterday morning....
Williams targets pr
Having recently recovered from injury, promising young Edwin Allen sprinter Christania Williams has set her sights on lowering her personal best at next week's two-day Supreme Ventures Limited-sponsored JAAA National Junior Championships....
Wins for Blake and Fraser-Pryce in New York
Reigning world champion Yohan Blake and 2008 Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, both of Jamaica, won 100-metre titles on Saturday at the Diamond League athletics meet in New York.
Edwin set new school record
AFTER their disappointment at the Penn Relays, where they failed to win the Championships of America High School 4x100 metres relay, the Michael Dyke-coached Edwin Allen, with top sprinter Christania Williams...
Best, Ramdin dominate England
BIRMINGHAM, England (CMC): Charismatic Tino Best astonishingly struck the highest score by a number 11 in Test history while Denesh Ramdin stroked his second Test century before embroiling himself in controversy...
Permaul puts Windies A in charge
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC): Captain Veerasammy Permaul brandished his left-arm spin to good effect to gain West Indies A a narrow first innings lead on the second day of their second unofficial Test yesterday.
Squad depth pleases Lovel Palmer
Recent Reggae Boy recall Lovel Palmer is pleased with the depth in Jamaica's senior men's national football team after he was able to step in and replace the injured Xavian Virgo for last Friday's opening round semi-final ...