Bolt, Blake blaze Lausanne
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (CMC): Olympic legend Usain Bolt and his Jamaican heir apparent Yohan Blake both set new meet records as they swept both sprints at the Lausanne Grand Prix on Thursday....
Blake not afraid to test Bolt ... But that will take big money
After his impressive 9.69 run at the Lausanne Diamond League meet yesterday, Yohan Blake - now the second fastest man over 100m, has made it clear that he has no issues running against world record holder...
Afghans ready for Aussies
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP): Afghanistan take another big step toward cricketing respect tomorrow when they play Australia in a one-day international, only the second time the team of mostly war refugees has faced a test-playing nation.
Tough task for Jamaica
Jamaica's players were off to a rocky start in the team competition of the 2012 Caribbean Area Squash Association's Senior Championships (CASA), currently under way in Trinidad and Tobago....
Torrential rain ruins U-19 fourth round
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): Torrential rain has forced the abandonment of the fourth round of matches in the Regional Under-19 one-day championship yesterday.
Norman apology too late
CANBERRA, Australia (AP): An American athlete who took part in a controversial black-power salute at the 1968 Olympics says an Australian parliamentary apology to silver medalist Peter Norman might have come too late...
Frome ready for dCup run
WESTERN BUREAU: Winning a another daCosta Cup title won't be an easy task for Frome Technical High School, who narrowly missed out on a semi-final spot in last year's competition, but head coach Marvin Quarrie...
Cornwall keen to end title drought
WESTERN BUREAU: Cornwall College is daCosta Cup's poster team and one of the most storied schools in the history of schoolboy football in Jamaica. Their football pedigree is unrivalled, though they have failed to secure a major title...