Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | November 21, 2012
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QUASHED! - Mills, Quarrie satisfied with mediation talks
Two of Jamaica's most celebrated track and field figures, Donald Quarrie and Glen Mills, left Monday afternoon's mediatory talks satisfied that all "misunderstandings" had been settled, after a public quarrel a few days ago....

Bolt eyes historic IAAF award
With just a few days to go, Jamaican sprinting royalty Usain Bolt inches closer to yet another slice of history, as he eyes a historic fourth IAAF Male Athlete of the Year (AOY) award at the IAAF Grand Gala and Awards...

Revenge-seeking Portmore await Cavalier
Having dispatched Savannah - the first of the two promoted teams which defeated them in the first round - in dominant fashion, defending champions Portmore United will go after the other this evening at 7:00 in one of four...

Tight race for DaCosta Cup semi-final spots
WESTERN BUREAU:The four semi-finalists in the 2012 ISSA/Gatorade/Digicel daCosta Cup will be known this afternoon, as the final matches among the quarter-finalists take place across the two groups, with all eight schools in...

Smyczek seeks 'jump' from NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Open
Tim Smyczek of the United States is not overwhelmed by the fact that he is the heavy favourite to capture the men's title at the second staging of the NCB Capital Markets Jamaica Tennis Open Championships, which started at...

Top seeds secure easy passage
The three seeded players who were in action early on yesterday's second day of the NCB Capital Markets Open Tennis Championships, being staged at the Liguanea Club, all progressed easily to the second round after recording straight-set victories....

Spencer readyto 'Run foryour Heart'
Two-time Diamond League cham-pion, 400-metre hurdler Kaliese Spencer, is throwing her support behind the Heart Foundation of Jamaica's (HFJ) 'Run for your Heart' event set for the Stadium East this Sunday, November 25.From 7...

Smith tackling NFL goal - 21-y-o with Jamaican roots scaling new heights in American sport
Bulky 21-year-old Robert Smith considers himself to be a Jamaican who has set his sights on tackling his way to some history-making marks into authenticated American territory - the coveted National Football League (NFL) - and for good reason....

Pool at CTC in operation again - Swimming facility to fill void in Mandeville
Swimming in Mandeville got a big boost with the reopening of the Church Teachers' College (CTC) pool, which had been out of service for nearly two decades. It was a time of great...

Beckham says MLS Cup is last game with Galaxy
LOS ANGELES (AP):David Beckham will play his last game for the Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS Cup next month.Beckham and the Galaxy announced the English midfielder's decision Monday, a day after the defending MLS champions advanced to their second...

Georgia top Racquet-eers
The Georgia Tennis and Country Club team marginally won the annual tennis tournament against the Racquet-eers Club from Kings-ton at the Georgia Club in Duncans, Trelawny, on Saturday, November 17.Georgia Tennis captain, Ray Schnoor, expressed delight...

Waterhouse miss out on vital points
Waterhouse on Monday night missed an excellent opportunity to move into fourth position in the Red Stripe Premier League.Playing at home, the former champions missed a bag full of chances against bottom-place team Highgate...


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