IRIEJAM 360 CARIBBEAN NEWS

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New Area Development Manager for North America, Central America and the Caribbean Athletics Association –NACAC AA The NACAC Council in its meeting February 3, 2018 chose Professor Luis Roberto Reeves as the new Development Manager in the Area Association that consists of 31 Member Federations and 4 Associate Members. An experienced, bilingual athletics national coach […]

An unbeaten Andre Russell century saved the Jamaica Scorpions a few blushes in their Cricket West Indies Regional Super50 Festival game against the Kent Cricket Club on Wednesday at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Russell’s century cancelled out one from Kent opener Daniel Bell Drummond, 105 not out, after the English County side […]

The word from the Jamaican camp at the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, is that the team is united, coaches are in place and there will be no equipment change. The positive outlook comes in response to reports that the team’s driving coach, Sandra Kiriasis, quit the post today and could take with […]

Danielle Herrington is full of emotion after being named this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit  cover girl. The 24-year-old model is the third black woman to ever be featured on the cover of the annual publication, following Tyra Banks and Beyonce. Herrington tells ET that she’s still in disbelief to have her name be affiliated with such powerful women. “That makes […]

Recording artiste and past Digicel Rising Stars winner Romain Virgo is set to release his album Lovesick, on March 30th. The 17-track album is said to take listeners on a journey that explores every emotion felt when finding love, losing love and finding love again with a pop reggae sound tinged with his signature lovers’ […]

NEW YORK, USA — Hundreds of reggae lovers and Bob Marley fans, some coming from as far as New Jersey, Connecticut, and upstate New York squeezed inside SOB’s in Manhattan for Irie Jam’s Bob Marley, 73rd birthday celebration which doubled as a Reggae Month event and the station’s inaugural 25th anniversary kick-off party. From his […]

No murders were reported in St James last week even as 26 persons were killed across the island. Police statistics show that over the past three weeks only one murder has been recorded in St James, where a public state of emergency is in effect. This has led to a 50 per cent reduction in […]

From: http://newsday.co.tt/ Roxanne Omalo achieved her goal earlier today when at about 1.45 am, she was declared the 2018 Queen of Carnival while veteran masquerader, Earl Thompson won King of Carnival for a Peter Minshall-designed costume. Omalo was the last of the 10 queen finalists to perform during Dimanche Gras on Sunday night at the Queen’s […]

The threat to disrupt Carnival 2018 is still very much on, acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams stated yesterday as he announced that three more people are now in police custody following ongoing investigations into the matter. A total of seven adult males have now been detained with respect to the threat, Williams said. That threat, […]

Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian knows the power of representation. The Jamaican Olympic bobsledder, who was born in the United States but is competing for Jamaica at the PyeongChang Games, started to answer a question Saturday about the importance of diversity in sports during a news conference in South Korea when she started to choke up. It’s important that […]


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