I can break my records! - Bolt
It has been over five years since Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt shattered his own world record marks in the 100m and 200m at the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Berlin, Germany....
Pastor Solomon, MoBay part ways
Pastor Hugh Solomon is no longer in charge as coach of Red Stripe Premier League title hopefuls Montego Bay United, after parting ways due to personal matters.
STETHS take rural T20
t Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) underlined their status as rural area cricket kingpins after recording a 100-run win over Vere Technical in the final of the inaugural ISSA/Digicel Rural Twenty20...
Open tryouts for next bobsled team
In February 2014, the Jamaica Bobsled Federation managed to raise almost US$200,000 to get the two-man bobsled team to the Winter Olympics in Sochi. For the next games in Pyeongchang, South Korea ...
Excelsior to face Jago in schoolgirl football final
It will be a repeat of last year's final in the ISSA KFC Locker Room Schoolgirl Football Competition, as defending champions Excelsior and St Jago advanced from yesterday's semis ...
Limacol back on board with CPL
New Guyana Pharmaceutical Company Incorporated (NEW GPC INC), under its popular Limacol brand, has renewed its sponsorship of the hugely successful Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament...
Campbell, Miller shine as Jamaica stop CCC
CAVE HILL, Barbados (CMC) Slow bowlers John Campbell and Nikita Miller shared seven wickets as they bowled Jamaica into the semi-finals of the Regional Four-Day Championship, with a 59-run victory ...
KSAFA Super League set for quarter-final stage
All is now set for the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Super League competition's quarter-final stage on April 26, with four games at two venues to be named....
KSAFA launches grassroots programme
The Kingston and St Andrew Football Association, in collaboration with Jamaica Beverages Limited through its brand, Chubby, sports cable provider SportsMax and Continental Baking Company Limited ...
Ultra-high definition TV featured at World Cup
TOKYO (AP) The World Cup will showcase the latest in TV technology that industry leaders hope will usher in a new era in sports broadcasting.