Blake by a mile - JAAA president returned to athletics top post
Dr Warren Blake scored a resounding victory over his rivals at the National Arena last night to retain the presidency of the powerful Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA)....
Cochrane leads early at Jamaica Open
Western Bureau: Russ Cochrane carded a fine 6 under-par 66 on day one of the three-day Jamaica Open Golf Championship, on Wednesday, for a slender one-shot lead over Peter Horrobin, in wonderful conditions at the Half Moon Golf Club...
Shrimpy Clarke, Bunny Grant to be honoured at Rumble
In a double celebration of Jamaica's 50th and SportsMax's 10th anniversaries, the media entity will honour two of Jamaica's most outstanding boxers to have fought on local soil, George Leslie 'Bunny' Grant ...
Taylor not fit for T20
Chairman of selectors Courtney Daley says the decision to omit fast bowler Jerome Taylor from the Jamaica 14-man squad to next month Caribbean Twenty20 tournament in Trinidad and Tobago and St Lucia was unavoidable.
Bennett expects better T20 show from Jamaica
National coach Junior Bennett says he is expecting an improved performance from the team at next month's Caribbean Twenty20 tournament, given the fact that local players have been playing more Twenty20 cricket in recent years...
Hi-Lyte gives boost to KSAFA Major League
The 2012-2013 Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Major League competition is set to kick off this weekend, following the announcement of a $1.5m sponsorship deal with local sport drink manufacturers Hi-Lyte ...
Iniesta joins Messi, Ronaldo for Ballon d'Or
SAO PAULO (AP): Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Andres Iniesta are the finalists for FIFA's World Player of the Year award....
Taylor ready for redemption ... But Reggae Boy's Dynamo face tough task against LA Galaxy in MLS final
Jermaine Taylor is new to an old American tradition. But last week, as the United States celebrated Thanksgiving Day, the Reggae Boy had multiple reasons to express gratitude....
Go with Justin
THERE GOES JUSTIN has become a lean, mean two-turn sprinting machine and should land tomorrow's Jamaica Racehorse Association Trophy race at 2000 metres, even though he's up in class among overnight allowance runners....