January 9, 2014
Star Sport


Jamaica men's team eyes World Netball Champs
“Jamaica is aiming to participate in the inaugural staging of the World Men's and Mixed Netball Championships, which will be held in South Africa later this year..... read more
Simpson's mystery substance was Epiphany D1

There was no resolution yesterday as the doping violation hearing of Olympic sprinter Sherone Simpson continued into next month, but the source of the banned stimulant Oxilofrine ...

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Gayle pulls out of Ram Slam

SYDNEY, Australia (CMC): Chris Gayle has been forced to pull out of South Africa's domestic Ram Slam T20 Tournament because he would not recover in time from a torn hamstring...

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Jamaican Super50 captain to be named today

The national selection panel could as early as today make public the name of the player who will captain Jamaica's team at this month's NAGICO Super50 tournament in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Leila Robinson to get face lift

Natalie Neita-Headley, minister with responsibility for sports, said renovation work on the National Stadium Courts will begin in March....

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Dacres sets sights on Commonwealth Games

For rising discus talent Federick Dacres, the more things change the more they remain the same. Dacres, the 2012 Boys Champs discus gold medallist, no longer dons the green and black of Calabar High....

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Five to be honoured at JAAA/Puma meet

Five individuals who have contributed significantly to the growth of the country's track and field will be honoured this Saturday at the JAAA/Puma Development Meet scheduled for the Kirkvine Sports ...

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Rodman sings 'Happy Birthday' to Kim Jong

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) Dennis Rodman sang 'Happy Birthday' to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un before leading a squad of former NBA stars in a friendly game yesterday as part of his "basketball diplomacy"

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