Gibson seeks WICB renewal
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): West Indies cricket coach Ottis Gibson says he has begun preliminary discussions with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) with the aim of having his current three-year contract renewed....
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Paralympian left depressed after not being able to compete
The country's 12-member contingent to the 14th Paralympic Games held in England was given a warm welcome in the Government of Jamaica's VIP Lounge at the Norman Manley International Airport, after returning to the island yesterday.
Weir blames fatigue for tough end to season
A fifth-place finish and two fourth-place runs since that magical night in London, Olympic 200m bronze medallist Warren Weir is not getting too worked up about his post-games form, pointing to fatigue...
Windies wishing on Taylor for change in fortune
NORTHAMPTON, England (CMC): West Indies Women are banking on the arrival of the top-rated batsman Stafanie Taylor to change their wretched fortunes in the five-match Twenty20 series against England.
We can go all the way, says upbeat Gayle
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (CMC): Talismanic opener Chris Gayle has backed West Indies to reach the final of the World Twenty20 Championship. The big-hitting left-hander, the hottest commodity in World T20 cricket...
Coach key to success, says Bolt
KINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC ):Sprint legend Usain Bolt on Tuesday hailed coach Glen Mills as the key to his recent success at the London Olympics....