Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | January 10, 2013
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'It doesn't get any better than this' - Bolt revels in latest award-winning moment
Since the end of the 2012 track season, Usain Bolt has been the recipient of a host of awards recognising his amazing talent and his groundbreaking accomplishments.Since he repeated as Olympic 100- and 200-metre champion ...

Jamaica bounce back
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC):Jamaica rescued their Caribbean Twenty20 campaign when they pulled off a much-needed win over Windward Islands at Queen's Park Oval last night.Without a win in two matches and desperately in need of points, Jamaica pulled...

WI Women lose
BASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC):West Indies women suffered another batting meltdown against spin, losing by four wickets to South Africa women in the second one-day international at Warner Park yesterday.Scores: WEST INDIES 128 off 48.2 overs (Stafanie...

Warner urges Samuels to 'control himself'
MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC):Australia opener David Warner says controversial West Indian all-rounder, Marlon Samuels, needs to "control himself" better on the field, following his recent clash with Shane Warne....

Ashley arrives for RJR Awards
Wearing a broad smile and declaring that "when I see weather like this, I want to come back to live in Jamaica", World Boxing Council (WBC) female super bantamweight champion, Alicia Ashley, arrived in Jamaica...

Goodbye, Mr G
When Kingston College (KC) revolutionised Jamaican high school track, William Goldsmith was at the heart of the action.The revolution ushered in specialist coaches for each athletic discipline, a new approach to sprint relay baton passing, training...

Lowly Norwood shock leaders Reno
WESTERN BUREAU: Norwood Strikers of Montego Bay played out of their skin to stop high-flying Reno in their tracks, with a telling 1-0 win in action from the Captain's Bakery and Grill Western Confederation Super League, to log their first triumph of the season....

Cameron looks to blaze trail with 400m stock
Noted 400m coach and 1983 World champion, Bertland 'Bert' Cameron, is hoping that he can have a real impact in improving Jamaica's quarter-mile status on the international stage through his newly formed Cameron Blazers...

Tru-Juice seek sweet win over Portmore
Tru-Juice are aiming to defy the odds when they face defending champions Portmore United in one of two semi-final games in the St Catherine Football Association/LIME Lincoln 'Happy' Sutherland Knock-out football competition, at...

MoBay lead charge
WESTERN BUREAU: Granville United and North Gully Ambassadors will get the second round of the St James FA Captain's Bakery & Grill Knockout underway with an intriguing clash today at Sam Sharp Teachers'...

Tivoli snap losing streak
Tivoli Gardens snapped a three-game losing streak, following a hard-fought 1-0 victory against Olympic Gardens in the Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA)/Jamaica Yellow Pages Jackie Bell Knockout competition Round...

T&T knock over CCC
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC):Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) brushed aside a ragged Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) by seven wickets, to register their first win and get their Caribbean Twenty20 campaign up and running...

Adebayor will play in African Cup
LONDON (AP):Emmanuel Adebayor has been called up by Togo and will go to the African Cup of Nations, English club Tottenham said yesterday, ending uncertainty over the striker's involvement in the tournament later this month....


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