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Jamaica's Britany Anderson in action during the Women's 100m hurdles semi-final at the Tokyo Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday morning.

TOKYO, Japan: No country has featured in the Women’s 100m Hurdles final at the Olympic Games more times without winning a medal than Jamaica has. That can all change at the Tokyo 2020 Games where Megan Tapper and Britany Anderson are looking to...

TOKYO, Japan: No country has been more dominant than Jamaica in the women’s 100 metres at the Olympic Games. That authority was again stamped inside the Tokyo Olympic Stadium last night, as Elaine Thompson-Herah led the way in a Jamaican medal...
Jamaica’s Jaheel Hyde competing in the men’s 400m hurdles event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday.

TOKYO, Japan: NATIONAL CHAMPION Jaheel Hyde is determined to book his spot in the final of the men’s 400m hurdles in hopes of testing himself in what he thinks will be the most exciting athletic event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Hyde, who is...

CRIMSON’S ASTONISHING improvement this season was again evident yesterday, the Gary Subratie-trained five-year-old upstaging last year’s Jamaica Derby and St Leger winners in the Legal Light Trophy at nine furlongs and 25 yards. CRIMSON attacked...

Carlton Frank: It was an excellent performance from the girls and I think this should be encouraging for all young girls across all sports in Jamaica. Howard Anglin: I feel great and I feel proud of the runners. I would like many more young...

Olympic debutants Christopher Taylor and Demish Gaye have both qualified for the semi-finals of the Men's 400m event at the Tokyo Games in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday morning. Taylor ran a time of 45.20 seconds to place third in his heat and take an...

Jamaica took its first medals in the Tokyo Olympic Games in a sweep of the Women's 100m final on Saturday. Elaine Thompson Herah won the event in an Olympic record 10.61 seconds, as she became the second fastest woman in history. The third fastest...

Elaine Thompson Herah has defended her Olympic title with a record run in the Women's 100m final in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday. Thompson Herah clocked an Olympic record of 10.61 seconds, the second fastest time in history, eclipsing the 10.63s ran by...

TOKYO, Japan: It has been 4,732 days since an unknown from Waterhouse, Kingston, named Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, made her first appearance for Jamaica at a major global championships. The occasion was the heats of the women’s 100 metres at the...

Jamaica's women's long jump duo of Chanice Porter and Tissanna Hickling has missed the final round of the event at the Tokyo Olympic Games at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday morning. Porter finished 13th in Qualification Group A...
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