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June 29, 2022
FOR THE Jamaica Karate Federation, Thursday will go down as a red letter day as the local sporting body was officially accepted by the World Karate Federation (WKF), this after a provisional membership. Jamaica recently participated in the 25th World Karate Championships earlier this month in Dubai, and that is where the historic occasion unfolded as the country was voted a permanent member of the WKF.
Team Jamaica has made an exciting new find to boost its chances in international weightlifting competition, with the addition of Chloe Whylie, a grand niece of the late Professor Rex Nettleford, who has been getting attention in Britain where she was born of Jamaican parentage.
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Tokyo 2020 Olympic medallists and their coaches will benefit from a $41 million “Olympic Rewards Programme” courtesy of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) and two of its key sponsorship partners, Supreme Ventures Limited through the Supreme Ventures Foundation and Mayberry Investments.
President of the Jamaica Olympic Association, Christopher Samuda has come out in full condemnation of the assassination for former
The Equestrian Federation of Jamaica (EFJ) expressed confidence in raising the level of its competitors to perform better in
Mayberry Investments Limited has intensified its commitment to the sporting environment with its newly forged partnership with the Jamaica
BUOYED BY the historic sporting representation in Birmingham, England, Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) president, Christopher Samuda, is promising a blast from the nation’s competitors at the 22nd edition of the Commonwealth Games.
The success of sports is inextricably linked with the development of people, and the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) is
The financial performance of Jamaica’s governing body for Olympic and non-Olympic sports continues to raise the bar in demonstrating
It is an open secret that the present administration of the Jamaica Olympic Association, JOA, is creating “heat waves”