A group of Jamaicans have been denied visas to attend a performing arts competition in the U.S. For the World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA) – which is to be held in California this June, 15 intended participants went the U.S. embassy in Kingston to apply for visas over 3 days this week. Of the
2 more Jamaican athletes may be banned for violation anti-doping rules. The Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) has confirmed that World Championship and Commonwealth Games 400m medalist Kaliese Spencer and quarter-miler medalist Ryker Hylton have been referred to the Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel and face being banned. The 2 are alleged to have violated article
The Bahamas is finalizing preparations for the upcoming IAAF World Relays. To be held at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium in Nassau from April 22-23rd, the event is set to be the biggest edition of the event thus far with more than 700 athletes from 42 countries competing to win the coveted Golden Baton.
Jamaican sprint queen Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is pregnant with her first child. Yesterday she made the announcement via social media, saying “New Chapter awaits, Hello Motherhood!!! See you soon” adding 2 baby emojis and #Motherhood2017 #Hiswill and #PrycelessJourney!!. She further said that all her focus had been on getting healthy and being in the best possible