Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | February 12, 2013
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'It's a good sign' - Bolt encouraged by early season fitness, form
Jamaican sprinting superstar Usain Bolt may not have had the best of season openers at last Saturday's Camperdown Classic, but the towering sprinter is taking a positive outlook as he prepares for an assault on the IAAF World Championships later this season....

'Teddy' McCook hailed as athletics visionary
President of the North America, Central America and Caribbean Area Council (NACAC), Neville 'Teddy' McCook, has been hailed as an administrative stalwart and visionary of the sport of track and field, following his passing yesterday.McCook, who up to...

... Simpson Miller, Grange hail 'icon'
AS the tributes for track and field administrator Neville 'Teddy' McCook continue to pour in, two of Jamaica's leading political figures have expressed grief and shock at his passing.McCook, 73, died at the University Hospital of the West Indies...

Miller time! - Spinner grabs another five-for to hand Jamaica comfortable victory
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC): Left-arm spinner Nikita Miller bowled five-time defending champions Jamaica to a 63-run victory over Barbados in the Regional Four-Day Champion-ship...

'I'm really pleased with all-round effort' - Captain praises WI Women for stepping up
MUMBAI, India (CMC):Captain Merissa Aguilleira has credited an all-round team effort by West Indies women for their 48-run victory over New Zealand in their second Super Six, second round match in the ICC Women's...

Women brawl after Harbour View beat MoBay United
The real drama at the Harbour View Stadium came after the final whistle in the Red Stripe Premier League leaders' match against Montego Bay United, as two women engaged in an ugly brawl, which spilled over from the club's...

Savannah remain hopeful
For many people, Savannah Football Club are firm favourites for relegation at the end of the 2012-2013 Red Stripe Premier League season...

Buff Bay, Oberlin race for title
Former champions Buff Bay High hold a six-point lead over arch-rivals Oberlin High heading into today's final day of the two-day Jamaica National Building Society Eastern Schools Sports Association Championships...


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