April 22, 2014
Star Sport


Medal record!... Jamaica dominate with best ever Carifta haul
“ Jamaica's team to the 43rd staging of the Carifta Games created history by landing the country's highest ever medal haul at the event, having secured 88 medals at the three-day championships.... read more
Harwood, Beckford face Commonwealth wait

National goal attacks, Thristina Harwood and Shanice Beckford, are now waiting with bated breaths ahead of next month's naming of Jamaica's 12-member squad for the Commonwealth Games in July...

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FIFA official to visit unfinished World Cup stadiums

SAO PAULO (AP): FIFA's top World Cup official is visiting Brazil this week to inspect the three stadiums yet to be completed for the World Cup, including the one hosting the tournament's opening game in June....

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Man City keep title hopes alive

MANCHESTER, England (AP): Manchester City stayed alive in the English Premier League title race by beating West Bromwich Albion 3-1 thanks to first-half goals by three Argentines yesterday....

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United set to fire Moyes - Reports

MANCHESTER, England (AP): David Moyes' tenure as Manchester United manager could be coming to an end after less than a year in charge....

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Keflezighi, Jeptoo win Boston Marathon

BOSTON (AP): The Boston Marathon celebrated its first American winner in 19 years yesterday, and on his race bib he had the names of the 2013 bombing victims.

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Jamaica eye victory despite Carter's hundred

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC): An unbroken, half-century third-wicket stand between Jermaine Blackwood and André McCarthy put Jamaica within sight of victory and overshadowed Jonathan Carter's second first-class hundred ...

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Bull Bay, Whitfield Town book spots

Bull Bay and Whitfield Town joined Rockort in the quarter-finals of the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Hi-Lyte Major League following last weekend's round of games ...

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