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TODAY will be one of the busiest on the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) 2018 calendar as five development meets are scheduled across the island.Two meets, the third staging of the McKenley/Wint Invitational and the Big Shot...

  Multiple World and Olympic medal winner Usain Bolt will be donating $1 million to assist the wards of the state who have been displaced, due to the fire at Walker’s Place of Safety in St. Andrew. The funds will be made available...

Thirty years after Jamaica's men's bobsled team qualified for its first winter Olympics, their female counterparts have replicated the achievement ahead of next month's Winter Olympiad in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The team of brakemen Carrie Russell...

The Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation is now making plans for the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month after the national women's bobsled team qualified for the Olympiad at the weekend. This is the...

Edwin Allen High's girls were in dominant form at yesterday's 35th staging of the JAAA-PUMA Kirkvine Development meet.The most outstanding performances came in the Class Three 200 metres, where the Michael Dyke-coached girls took the top six spots....

Nominated once again for the RJRGLEANER National Sportsman of the Year Award, he has won seven times in the past, world 100 and 200 metres record holder Usain Bolt bolstered his position as the finest sprinter in history during 2017.His bronze medal...

American boxer Demarcus 'Chop Chop' Corley, the 2016 Contender Welterweight champion, has declared that he is prepared to fight Jamaica's Sakima 'Mr Smooth' Mullings, the 2017 Contender Middleweight winner anywhere, anytime for the right price....

The exit of Usain Bolt from track and field has left a gaping hole in the sport. With Bolt abdicating the throne, the next likely candidate is the current World Champion-Justin Gatlin. But, while Gatlin’s talent and championship mettle is...

Since his breakout at the junior level in the year 2002, it has become traditional for superstar Usain Bolt to raise the expectancy levels of the track and field family as to what he has in store for the upcoming season.English cricket scribe, Fred...

With his administration spending over $19 million towards athlete welfare during the last fiscal year, President of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA), Dr Warren Blake is calling for the Government's assistance in helping the...

International Media

The IAAF is deeply saddened to learn that Hassan Agabani, Honorary Life Member of the IAAF and former Sudan Athletics Association President, died on Monday (15) at the age of 89.

Athletics Kenya has named a strong team for the IAAF/Trinidad Alfonso World Half Marathon Championships Valencia 2018 on 24 March.

The University of Birmingham has signed up as the latest national supplier for the IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018, which will be held at Arena Birmingham from the 1 to 4 March. The University will support the volunteer programme for the championships, which is the biggest indoor sports event to be staged in the city for 15 years.

Wednesday 10 January is 50 days to go until the IAAF World Indoor Championships Birmingham 2018 and to mark this occasion, the organisers of the event have unveiled the medals that will be awarded to the top three in each final when the event is staged at Arena Birmingham from 1 to 4 March.

Christian Fuchs, a German athletics journalist and founder of Leichtathletik.de, died at his home in Straubing, Germany, on Monday (8). Fuchs, who had been battling cancer, was 43.

Christian Fuchs, a German athletics journalist and founder of Leichtathletik.de, died at his home in Straubing, Germany, on Monday (8). Fuchs, who had been battling cancer, was 43.