July 28, 2015
Star Sport


Powell says his best is yet to come
“ FOLLOWING his last race in Switzerland on June 21 when he clocked another fast 9.87s, Jamaica's 100-metre champion Asafa Powell is confident that his best race is yet to come this season.. read more
Female cricketers gun for sixth straight WICB title

HAPPY with team selection and buoyed by the possibility of defeating rivals Trinidad on their home turf, coach Cleon Smith says Jamaica...

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Defensive downfall

THE Reggae Boyz's run to the CONCACAF Gold Cup final was built on a solid and well-organised defence, but their defence let them down when they needed...

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Jamaica girls take third at Caribbean Squash Championships

JAMAICA'S female team beat Trinidad and Tobago to take third place in the team competition of the 2015 Caribbean Area Squash Association's Junior Championship, which ended on the weekend in Barbados.

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Most tickets sold for IAAF World Championships

INTERNATIONAL Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president Lamine Diack has endorsed a report on the latest promotional and ticket-selling programme of the IAAF World Championships...

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Arnett Rockers win back-to-back SBC titles

LED by a game-high 25 points and 10 rebounds from final and conference most valuable player Kwame Lawrence, Arnett Gardens overcame a determined effort from Upper Room Church to win Game Three...

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Loss cuts Boyz deeply

Sunday night's 3-1 loss in their historic CONCACAF Gold Cup finals appearance to seven-time champions Mexico cut Jamaica's men's senior football team deeply.

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Hector rues Gold Cup mistakes

Micahel Hector manned-up to his defensive mistakes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final, noting that he apologised to his teammates and would serve as encouragement.

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Mattocks accepts sub position in Gold Cup loss

One good turn, generally leads to another. That wasn't the case for Darren Mattocks in Sunday night's CONCACAF Gold Cup final between Jamaica and Mexico, when the 24-year-old striker was not handed a starting place.

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Linstead to celebrate murdered patriarch with 5K

The Linstead community is set to come alive on October 18 with the inaugural staging of the Roy Anthony Lee 5K.

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Boyz should view Gold Cup exploits with pride

Jamaica's striker Giles Barnes says his compatriots should view their accomplishments at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in a positive manner.

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FIFA welcomes legal win for ban on third-party ownership

FIFA has welcomed a legal win in a Belgian court which upholds its ban on third-party investors owning players' transfer rights.

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Montreal Impact sign former Chelsea striker Drogba

Montreal Impact said it has signed former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba.

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Man United sign Romero on free transfer

Manchester United has signed Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero to a three-year deal on a free transfer.

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US Olympic Committee will look elsewhere for 2024 host city

Now that Boston is out of the picture, the US Olympic Committee wants to explore other opportunities to host the 2024 Games.

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