November 26, 2012
Star Sport


My time will come - Blake
“Despite once again being overshadowed by his more illustrious training partner Usain Bolt, as the world's fastest man collected yet another World Male Athlete of the Year award on Saturday, World 100m champion Yohan Blake.... read more
Taylor will miss Carib Cup

One of Jamaica's most experienced players, and a key contributor in the Reggae Boyz' current World Cup qualifying (WCQ) campaign, will miss next month's Caribbean Cup to address more "personal matters"....

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Portmore, Boys' Town slip up

In pursuit of Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) leaders Harbour View, Portmore United and Boys' Town saw their wretched start to the second round continue following losses yesterday....

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Mills the greatest - Bolt

Well you would hardly expect him to says otherwise; but world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, has hailed Racers Track Club boss Glen Mills as, hands down, the best ever sprint coach....

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Hundreds turn out to Run For Your Heart

HUNDREDS of participants from all age groups turned up yesterday morning at the Stadium East to give support to the Run For Your Heart Walk and Run, as they seek sponsorship to support people with heart problems.

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Lambert saves Titans

Tamar Lambert showed glimpses of his attacking ability yesterday when he slammed 88 to lead preseason favourites Spanish Town Titans to an impressive 85-run win over Ocho Rios Chargers ...

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Windies will miss Best - Gibson

KHULNA, Bangladesh (CMC): West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has lamented the loss of strike bowler Tino Best for the upcoming limited overs series against Bangladesh. ...

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Windies more settled - Sammy

KHULNA, Bangladesh: Darren Sammy says the West Indies' victory in their two-Test series against Bangladesh is testimony to the growing consistency of the side....

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