Julian Robinson, Jamaica’s premier throws coach has been named North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACAC) Track and Field Association Coach of the Year. Robinson is the Coach the Fedrick Dacres, NACAC Senior Men’s Athlete of the Year.

Usain Bolt revealed he may give up on his dream of becoming a professional footballer despite having "a lot of offers".

The eight-time Olympic champion, 32, was unable to agree to a deal with the Central Coast Mariners after a trial with the A-League club.

Bolt was also linked with a move to Malta last month and while the sprinting great said he had options, he is considering stopping his pursuit of a football career.

"With the Central Coast, we couldn't work out the contract stuff so that's dead, but I've got a lot of offers from other clubs out there," he said on Wednesday.

"Now we're just trying to figure out what [to do].

"We'll make a decision before the end of November if I'm going to go to another club or call it actually quits."

Bolt scored twice for the Mariners during a friendly in October, but the parties were unable to agree to a deal.

World Youth Olympics 100m silver medallist Julien Alfred has committed to the University of Texas.

Jamaica’s Briana Williams has been announced as one of the five finalists for the for the 2018 Female Rising Star Award to recognise this year's best U20 athlete.

 Drumeco Archer believes president Rosamunde Carey runs a partisan executive and he plans to change that should he win the presidency of the BAAA on November 24.

Drumeco Archer plans to revolutionize track and field in the Bahamas if he becomes president when BAAA elections are held on November 24.

Coming off a season in which he won everything in sight, 2018 Diamond League discus champion Fedrick Dacres is confident of success in 2019 when he is expected to compete for Jamaica at the IAAF World Championships in Qatar.

The current administration the Bahamas Association of Athletics Association (BAAA) is confident it will be returned to office following elections due on November 24.

Jamaica’s national discus champion and record holder Fedrick Dacres said he was proud to have been named the NACAC Male Athlete of the Year but disappointed that he was not selected for the IAAF Athlete of the Year.

IAAF World U20 100 and 200m champion Briana Williams said winning the 2018 North America Central America and Caribbean (NACAC) Junior Female Athlete of Year Award has given her the confidence to be even better in the coming season.

Trinidad and Tobago track and field legend turned noted pundit Ato Boldon has rejected suggestions Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt could ruin his legacy with a foray into the sport of football.

Nesta Carter was slapped with a three-month suspension in 2016 when he was first informed that a retest of his urine sample taken during the Beijing Olympics in 2008 turned up positive for the banned stimulant methylhexanamine.

2018 NACAC 100m champion Tyquendo Tracey has shed some light on his departure from the MVP Track Club.

Student-athletes from over 100 schools from across the island have been invited to the sixth instalment of the MVP Track & Field Club Grassroots Athletic Training Camps.

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