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    Dec. 20, 2013 - Top Gear Festival will make its Americas debut on the Caribbean island of Barbados at the newly renovated Bushy Park Circuit on 17-18 May, 2014.

    JADCO okay with us - WADA

    Aug. 16, 2012 - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has indicated it has no concerns about the operations of Jamaica's anti-doping authorities, despite recent statements from its former president, Dick Pound.

    Aug. 12, 2012 - Keshorn Walcott shocked not only his fans in the twin-island republic but the entire track and field fraternity by claiming gold in the men’s javelin yesterday on the penultimate day of the 30th Olympic Games in London, England.

    Aug. 11, 2012 - The quartet of Nesta Carter, Michael Frater, Yohan Blake and Bolt finished first in a time of 36.84.

    Trinidad: Bronze Boys

    Aug. 11, 2012 - Deon Lendore ran his heart out for Trinidad and Tobago at the Olympic Stadium, here in London, England, yesterday, battling to the line to earn his team bronze in the London 2012 men's 4x400 metres relay.

    Usain Bolt blazed to 19.32 seconds to lead a clean sweep for Jamaica in the men’s 200m final. Fellow Jamaicans Yohan Blake (19.44) was second and Warren Weir third in 19.84.

    Kingston - Aug. 8, 2012 - In a race where any of five competitors could have ran away with the title, American Allyson Felix prevailed to take the Olympic 200m title in a creditable 21.88. Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce finished second with American Carmelita Jeter third in 22.14.


    Port-of-Spain - Aug. 7, 2012 - Lalonde Gordon showed true grit when he won T&T’s first medal at the 2012 Olympic Games—bronze in the men’s 400 metres final yesterday—at the Olympic Stadium, London, England.

    Jamaica’s Usain Bolt has ran a blistering 9.63 seconds to claim gold and successfully defend his title as Olympic champion.

    Kingston - Aug. 5, 2012 - (jamaica-gleaner.com): Like she did as an unknown four years ago, Fraser-Pryce struck gold in the 100m at the London Olympic Games, clocking a blistering 10.75, to lead silver medallist Carmelita Jeter, 10.78, and compatriot Veronica Campbell-Brown, 10.81, to the line, as Jamaica secured its first two medals at the games.


    Aug. 4, 2012 - (trinidadexpress.com):  "Sport is a platform to learn valuable life lessons. And let's face the facts, failure is a big part of life. It's about learning how to address it, handling it and moving on." These were the words of George Bovell as he took his defeat in stride, at the Aquatics Centre, in London, England, yesterday.

    Oct. 12, 2011 - The recording was made on May 11, the day after the money is alleged to have offered the money in individual brown envelopes, and is being used as evidence at a Fifa hearing this week at which 16 officials from the Caribbean Football Union are accused of violating Fifa’s code of ethics.

    June 20, 2011 - Jack A. Warner has informed FIFA about his resignation from his posts in international football. 

    May 31, 2011 - (trinidadexpress.com): Hours after his suspension, FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has launched a counter-attack against his long-time ally and football boss Sepp Blatter, saying he "has to be stopped".

    May 30, 2011 - " I expressed my disappointment with the way in which the enquiry was conducted as I was given less than twenty four hours to submit a statement for consideration by the committee and, moreover, one of the five members of the Committee is from Uruguay and did not have the value of a translated version of my or Mr bin Hammam's submission.  This lack of translation services brings into question the issue of due process."

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