Walker meets Demus in pre-Olympic clash
Olympic 400 metres hurdles champion Melaine Walker will have her final warm-up for the London Games when she goes face to face with American arch-rival Lashinda Demus at the Herculis Diamond League meet in Monaco today ...
Classy Prospect a cinch
CLASSY PROSPECT ran a big race last Wednesday, beaten a short head by REASONABLE PRESS at a mile, and should rebound at six furlongs in tomorrow's ninth event....
Hall of Fame trainer 'Pancho' Martin dead
GARDEN CITY, NY (AP): Hall of Fame trainer Frank 'Pancho' Martin, who oversaw 1973 Kentucky Derby and Preakness runner-up Sham, has died. He was 86....
Hunte hails winning Windies
St John's, Antigua: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has showered the West Indies team with praise following their recent triumphs over the visiting New Zealand team in the Digicel Twenty20 and Digicel one-day international (ODI) series.
Barbados crush Jamaica Under-15s
BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC) Defending champions Jamaica predictably went down to Barbados but Windward Islands pulled off the shock of the opening round of the West Indies Cricket Board Under-15 Championship when they trounced Guyana yesterday.
Reggae Boyz must take things stage by stage - Barnes
Former Reggae Boyz head coach John Barnes has urged the national senior men's team to fully focus their efforts on advancing from their Group A first-round qualifiers before setting their sights...
Petrojam fuels Reggae Boyz mission with $4.8m
The Jamaica Football Federation's (JFF) Mission To Rio World Cup campaign is $4.8 million richer, thanks to the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (Petrojam).
Jamaican Olympians well guarded in Birmingham
BIRMINGHAM, England (AP): Usain Bolt was barely visible through the thick row of hedges that guarded the track.
Wet weather not impacting Jamaican Olympians - Watts
Up to Thursday morning, the Jamaican pre-Olympic camp at the University of Birmingham was still missing a few faces, but manager Ludlow Watts said everything was in order and that the team had settled in well...