JOA boss wanted more sports
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), Mike Fennell, has bemoaned the fact that Jamaica will not be represented in more sporting disciplines at this month's London Olympics...
Dyke eyeing medals today
BARCELONA, Spain: Michael Dyke, Jamaica's head coach to the 14th IAAF World Junior Championships being held at the Montjuic Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Spain, is expecting medals on today's second day after a good showing...
Porter aiming for big marks
Last year's World Youth Championships gold medal winner, Chanice Porter, has her sights set on improving on both her long jump and high jump personal best marks when she enters competition today at the 14th IAAF World Junior Championships.
'Cheats should get out before Games'
MONTREAL (AP): The head of the World Anti-Doping Agency yesterday urged drug cheats to withdraw from their Olympic teams and stay away from the London Games. ...
CONCACAF to examine new business plan
NEW YORK (CMC): CONCACAF's executive committee meeting will sit down later this week in a strategic retreat to develop a new business plan as newly elected president Jeffrey Webb continues to move swiftly to re-energise...
WICB seeking to replace Hilaire quickly
ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC): The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said yesterday it hoped to have a new chief executive in place before current CEO Ernest Hilaire vacates his post in September.